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 summary of some of the past week’s financial technology news.
Marshall Saffer, vice president and head of Americas sales at Hazeltree, discusses how Covid-19 has affected the treasury management space.
The vendor is also incorporating micro frontends, as well as exploring the use of machine learning in the future.
The asset manager could one day make its Textual Analytics tool, which reads millions of documents to derive insights, available to the market at large.
Bloomberg’s Gerard Francis is back on the podcast to discuss cloud computing and accessibility of data.
Banks increasingly believe they are technology companies. Wei-Shen thinks the pandemic will only propel them further in that direction.
The exchange will add further portfolio applications to the NFF according to market demand.
Wei-Shen and Tony discuss putting employees first when planning a return to the office.
CEO of ITRS Group, Guy Warren, joins the podcast to talk about capacity planning and overspending for cloud services.
DB's Stuart Gurr says past automation efforts have helped the bank weather the Covid outbreak, highlighting the need for further automation.
Refinitiv's John Walsh joins the podcast to talk about alternative data, Covid-19 and data regulation.
RFA’s George Ralph joins the podcast to discuss challenges around vendor due diligence during the pandemic.
As 'years' of tech investment pays off amid the coronavirus pandemic, Morgan Stanley eyes tools that can help it identify business process efficiencies.
IHS Markit’s Richard Blore joins the podcast to discuss challenges around vendor due diligence during the coronavirus pandemic.
The vendor expects to have the first migration projects, which were signed in the third and fourth quarters of 2019, completed by the third quarter of this year.