James Rundle, WatersTechnology’s editor, and Anthony Malakian, editor at large, record a weekly podcast touching on the biggest stories in financial technology.
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Pete Cherecwich, president of Corporate & Institutional Services (C&IS) at Northern Trust, joins the podcast to examine the challenges that firms face today when trying to offer convenience through technological innovation, while also making sure that these services are secure—the old security-versus-convenience debate, but on an enterprise scale. Also, Bloomberg intends to exit two key businesses and WatersTechnology has a new reporter.
1:00 Pete joins the podcast
2:30 Security versus convenience
4:00 The problem with trying to monetize internal data
5:30 Navigating convenience and functionality
10:00 Changing the culture and organization
13:30 The problem with tech disintermediation
15:30 The blockchain question
18:30 Is an industry data utility the right answer?
23:00 Security best practices
24:30 Northern Trust is partnering with Bloomberg to offer custodial data
27:00 C&IS’ product roadmap for 2019
In the News
30:00 Some big, exclusive news: Bloomberg intends to exit its Sell-Side Execution and Order Management Solutions (SSEOMS) and its Know-Your-Customer (KYC) businesses, which includes Entity Exchange and Entity Intelligence.
36:00 Introducing WatersTechnology’s newest reporter, Rebecca Natale!
As is the case with everything we do, we'd love to get some feedback from our listeners. Feel free to reach out to Anthony or James via Twitter or email.
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