A shortage of data professionals with suitable experience to run large financial firms’ data organizations could drive firms to completely outsource the management and administration of their third-largest expense.
While most every trading firm is migrating workflows and platforms to the cloud, Anthony explains that not every migration project is created equal.
Regulatory developments and startups gaining some ground may—one day—threaten the incumbent providers in this space.
Tech giant IBM is targeting security, AI, and portability in the modernization of the mainframe as firms report still retaining “the workhorse of the back office.”
Though APIs have been around for a while, some financial institutions only consume 5% of them. To help better manage APIs, firms need to be aware of what they want to achieve with the APIs they create and use.
While Nasdaq is set to begin migrating its MRX exchange to AWS’s cloud infrastructure next month, the full migration program could take 10 to 15 years to complete.
The concept of a “golden copy” is well established. But what happens when buy-side firms want to differentiate themselves by launching new services, only to find themselves maintaining multiple “single” sources of data—or worse, none at all?
From academics to data teams at investment banks, those in and adjacent to the capital markets are looking to specialize natural language processing models to understand and break down financial data.
The Ion competitor is looking for better control, lower latency, and improved redundancy.
Cutting-edge data shows non-professionals are driven by news events and a desire to make a quick buck.
Neal Pawar, the former CTO of AQR and current COO of Qontigo, chats with Anthony about some of the major trends that are changing how asset managers interact with the vendor community, and how this shift mirrors the most significant evolutions in capital…
CME Group explores why demand for instant, simpler data is driving direct access to exchanges via cloud technology
A whitepaper from the DTCC and Celent finds that 67% of buy- and sell-side firms hope to be “cloud first” by 2024, but mainframes still part of the equation.
Symphony decided to first migrate client data to Google from AWS, and then focus on applications.
List is integrating its Janus product suite with Clarus Financial Technology’s OTC risk management system.
Blockchain’s proponents say faster settlement times make the technology akin to TV’s streaming revolution.
Vendors are looking to provide AI models to help financial professionals get more value out of unstructured data sources.
Dual machine-executable rules are set to create choice—and maybe bifurcation—for swaps reporting
The loss of experienced data specialists has shocked some industry execs, but the vendor says its plan to train a new cadre of technically focused staff will result in better service overall.
Investment firms have a role to play in incentivizing the green transition, but they must have forward-looking data.
As ASX’s Chess replacement project stalls yet again, Anthony wonders if the exchange is at risk of falling behind the likes of Cboe, Nasdaq and CME, which are making major investments in cloud technology.
The non-profit will provide a neutral, open-source repository to help the trade associations govern and maintain the CDM.
A broker-dealer and two investment managers have filed a new, joint complaint against the quartet of companies associated with management of the Cusip numbering system.
The extent to which capital markets firms are able to accurately and transparently analyze their market and reference data spending, while simultaneously managing and optimizing their usage, is not an area that has always received a lot of attention, but…