Accounting, data, and analytics offerings make up part of Aladdin's strategy to become everything to everyone.
Open-source wrappers like MLflow, though useful and popular, highlight the risks hidden beneath these models.
In the wake of the Ion hack, regulators are pushing for firms to beef up their cyber defenses. Anthony says that they'll need to mind their words and tread carefully, as cloud, machine learning and open source take off.
There are several ways to migrate an old legacy system to the cloud, but there's always a trade-off.
Neema Raphael, CDO and head of data engineering for Goldman Sachs, explains what he believes it means for a firm to be data driven.
Execs from BlackRock, BMO, and Ness Digital Engineering discuss the balancing act of the wildly shifting priorities each of their organizations contend with every day.
Financial firms can’t afford to treat data governance as a one-off, check-the-box exercise. Instead, senior data management execs say, it should be treated as an ongoing series of regular health checks.
Execs from Google, LSEG and NYSE discuss how exchanges are beginning to leverage the true potential of the cloud.
With electronification and tech development increasing in fixed income, participants are looking for better data access in the primary market for corporate bonds.
Vendor consolidation has given more to power to those who already hold the most power in the US. Can overseas providers who’ve already succeeded in smaller markets bring back competition?
The AMF’s move has left industry observers wondering if this will lead other regulators in Europe to follow suit.
Anthony says Numerix’s acquisition of Fincad is indicative of where technology development in the capital markets is heading.
Demand for alternative data continues to grow among investment firms. So why are some alt data providers taking products off the market?
As the parties involved in the Cusip lawsuit wait to see whether the case will proceed to trial, Reb discusses what it might mean if the defense's claim that the case has no legal merit is true.
The SEC's proposed best execution regulation has ruffled some feathers. With a host of key details still to be resolved, industry experts say the rule in its current form could represent a big change in the way orders are handled.
Data management issues have always presented challenges for the financial services industry. Here, DTCC explores why, with the right technologies, disciplines and structures in place, there is now reason for optimism.
Peter Esler argues that research, preparation and integrity to promote long-term business relationships are just as important as getting the price you want in the short term.
Having a visual 'calendar' of corporate actions events could free up staff who manually capture this information.
Capital markets are no strangers to hype machines. Among the buzz around generative AI, Nyela wonders who will be best suited to take advantage of the technology and deliver the right use cases to Wall Street.
With the ASX Chess DLT failure and users ignoring DTCC’s DLT option for its Trade Information Warehouse, Anthony wonders what it will take for the industry to stop touting this buzzword for non-specialized needs.
With hundreds of millions of dollars spent per year on data and associated technologies, a merger the size of UBS’ takeover of Credit Suisse has the potential to take a huge chunk out of data vendors’ revenues. What’s the path forward?
The combined entity will look to tap into AI tools provided by S&P’s Kensho outfit and AWS’ cloud to build new analytics platforms.
With major job cuts expected to result from the acquisition of Credit Suisse by UBS, how will such big changes impact those in data and technology roles at the firms?
Wei-Shen and Tony take a look at what’s to come at the North American Financial Information Summit (Nafis).