The financial services firm aims to branch out beyond the UK and Ireland with its fund communication solutions business.
Investment firms and vendors are searching for signals in healthcare and pharmaceutical data in a bid to get a leg up on a Covid-19 vaccine.
The vendor is working on new ways for clients to identify and get the most value out of datasets and help data providers such as MSCI satisfy new client demand.
The investment manager has developed frameworks to better understand how ESG issues impact individual company performance and sectors.
In addition to supporting NICE Actimize's needs, the partnership opens SIX up to new potential audiences beyond its back-office feed clients.
The module allows clients to perform stress testing on demand, integrated with data from the vendor's cash and liquidity management solution.
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A summary of some of the past week's financial technology news.
The institution is banking on financial market firms to drive adoption of the Isda CDM by offering it with new products and services.
ISITC's Lisa Iagatta explains why the industry will need to come together to tackle new challenges facing the world of operations.
The open-source nonprofit is looking to leverage its capital markets membership to expand its footprint.
While many firms have enforced hiring freezes during the pandemic, the regulatory reporting vendor has plans to aggressively grow its staff count.
NextGen Strategic Advisors partnered on the Oneview extension, which combines machine learning and NLP to help firms prep for Libor’s discontinuation.
Due to more people working remotely, the vendor plans to roll out a new tool for users to optimize performance and bandwidth, and will upgrade its Unigy Pulse and IQ/MAX Omni platforms.
Vendor firm will release enhancements to allocation, pre-trade compliance, and reporting and analytics in September.
A summary of some of the past week’s financial technology news.
With over five months to go until CME unwinds its regulatory reporting businesses, competing firms are pushing to fill the service gaps and grab a slice of the market share.
The custodian bank will receive and transmit European listed options and derivatives orders from buy-side clients.
Following a $2.5 million funding round from ETF specialist ETFS Capital, Velox plans to offer server-side interoperability.
The new solution can give firms insight into the activities, performance, and health of employees working from home during the Covid-19 outbreak, to monitor for potential risk factors and security breaches.
Software testing and monitoring keeps market infrastructure a step ahead amid market volatility.
Sources say the exchange group’s scaleback is a result of pricing wars, unsustainable business models, and the realities of commercially supporting a regulatory reporting business.
The bank and Charles River are planning the next phase of enhancements to the Alpha trading platform.
Sources say a pricing war and cost pressures are causing service providers to reconsider their regulatory reporting businesses.