Wei-Shen joined WatersTechnology in June 2016, becoming the publication’s first full-time Asia-based reporter. Based out of Hong Kong, she writes for both Waters and Inside Data Management magazines, as well as the four subsites of WatersTechnology.com—Sell-Side Technology, Buy-Side Technology, Inside Reference Data and Inside Market Data. Prior to joining WatersTechnology, she was a journalist at Star Media Group in Malaysia. She has a Bachelor of Commerce degree in Accounting and Finance from the University of Auckland.
A partnership with Japan’s Quick gives global Eikon users access to equity and derivatives market commentary services.
More firms see regulatory change as opportunity to enhance infrastructure, gain business advantage and remain compliant.
Independent research provider Smartkarma and corporate access provider CorpXSasia plan to create larger corporate access events together.
Panelists at the Tokyo Financial Information & Technology Summit highlight data management challenges, particularly as IT and business teams become more integrated.
Esma’s ‘No LEI, No Trade’ policy gets real after the official end of a grace period on Mifid II’s LEI requirement, while at the same time Hong Kong regulators have introduced a new LEI mandate to boost identifier use in the region. Jamie Hyman and Wei…
The firm plans to further expand in Asia-Pacific, in markets such as Japan, Korea, Singapore and Taiwan.
The final outcome of the arbitration award is expected to be announced by the first quarter of 2019.
Wei-Shen Wong documents the rise of Asia-based chief data officers, and their place in the structure of both local and global firms.
Beyond making its data more accessible to Asia-Pacific traders, the exchange is exploring options to also provide more in-depth data to investors in the region.
To support the growth of its network in Asia Pacific, BSO is looking at potentially rolling out microwave connectivity from recent acquisition Apsara across the region.
Blockbid signs LexisNexis Risk and ThreatMetrix to combat fraud.
As far as distributed-ledger technology firms go, there has only been one that stands out for its platform built specifically for finance, and takes home the award for the best distributed-ledger technology project at the Sell-Side Technology Awards 2018…
Stricter regulatory capital rules and accounting developments are forcing firms to adopt new analytics solutions that are more efficient than their predecessors. TriOptima, a NEX Group company, claims this year’s best sell-side analytics product award,…
Risk management and processing solutions provider Murex is the first to bag this award, one of the new categories in this year’s Sell-Side Technology Awards.
Once again, IHS Markit takes home the best sell-side data management product at the Sell-Side Technology Awards, making it the winner of this category for four consecutive years.
NEX Group’s triResolve reconciliation platform has beaten previous staple winner SmartStream to the title in the best reconciliation platform category, which it had won for the previous five years. Jenny Nilsson, head of product marketing at triResolve,…