Daiwa Capital Markets Tackles GDPR Using Multi-Layer Encryption Tools

Investment bank is anonymizing data to meet cross-border data protection and cybersecurity regulations.


Daiwa Capital Markets is leveraging multi-layer encryption mechanisms to anonymize data to comply with new data protection and cybersecurity laws globally. The investment bank is reviewing the potential of using ARX’s open-source technology to anonymize client data and support various international risk models.

Speaking on the sidelines at the Asia Pacific Financial Information Conference (Apfic) on June 12, Huayi Dong, global head of electronic trading solutions at Daiwa Capital Markets, told

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