The bank’s client segmentation offering creates more targeted post-trade offerings, while its prediction engine can help reduce settlement failures.
The bank is developing solutions to help internal teams understand compliant usage and entitlements.
The Nordic bank is looking for ways to mitigate costs as software vendors define new policy categories to capture robotic workers.
A look at some of the key people moves from the past week, including Tracy Clarke (pictured), who joins Acin as non-executive director and strategic consultant.
The asset manager’s CIO for Europe aims to centralize responsibilities from its UK and EU offices for how its business in the region manages data and develops new investment products.
After quietly pulling its Finos membership this year, OpenFin’s involvement—at least in the public forum that governs it—with the interop standard it has championed for years, continues to dip. Though the vendor has re-affirmed its commitment to FDC3…
As efforts continue to shorten the settlement cycle for US securities to T+1, market participants in Asia worry about the potential implications.
Oats reporting could be fully migrated to the Consolidated Audit Trail and the Oats system retired as early as June 30.
While last week it was announced that Exegy and Vela are merging, Anthony says that the deal is only a sign of what’s to come in the market data space. He also poses some questions about the LSE raising its Sedol fees.
HKEx is looking to leverage smart contracts for its Synapse platform. Sell-side participants are generally positive as to the reasoning behind the build, but observers warn the ambitious project still has challenges to overcome.
A look at some of the key people moves from this week, including Laide Majiyagbe (pictured), who has been appointed head of financing and liquidity at BNY Mellon Markets.
Under the new fee policy, some of the largest users of the LSE’s identifier codes could see their Sedol spend more than double, though the exchange says the “vast majority” of clients will see no increase.
A summary of some of the past week's financial technology news.
Migration to stock exchange’s tech platform aims to deliver faster speeds and more order types.
A summary of some of the past week’s financial technology news.
Cyber threat intelligence is crucial for the defense of an organization’s network, but financial firms have to figure out how to make sense of all the data first.
Broadridge’s acquisition of Itiviti presents many opportunities but also raises many questions about the combined company’s future. For a glimpse into that future, Wei-Shen Wong takes a look into Itiviti’s past.
A look at some of the key people moves from this week, including Brad Levy (pictured), who will take the reins at communications platform Symphony in June, after joining the vendor in July last year.
While Christopher Giancarlo says distributed ledger technology could’ve helped prime brokers better monitor their risk exposures to Archegos Capital Management, Anthony (and others) are not so sure about that. He also looks at the Broadridge-Itiviti deal.
The deal signals a transformative move for Broadridge into the front-office space to help clients simplify their front-to-back technology stack. But some industry observers are skeptical about how it will achieve this.
As markets for trading stock in privately-held companies become more prevalent and exchange-like, and potentially attract more investors, Max questions what impact this will have on fully-fledged exchanges and their offerings.
Sources say initiative is designed to fend off higher fees and disintermediation in case established multi-dealer platforms start trading CLOs.
Industry groups and tech experts are worried that proposed last-minute changes will introduce new risks.
Private stocks are opaque, illiquid, behave differently from public markets, and lack the same infrastructure as public marketplaces, creating back-office integration challenges for firms that want to trade these stocks in a more liquid manner. But as…