Waters Wrap: The next evolution of FDC3

Anthony examines how an open-sourced implementation of the FDC3 standard might change the interoperability landscape.

On Tuesday, May 17, WatersTechnology is going to host its first in-person conference in the US since 2019. Here’s the agenda for the North American Financial Information Summit, aka Nafis. (FYI, if you work at a bank/broker or asset manager/hedge fund, it’s free to attend. Register here.)

The event will hit on an array of issues facing the capital markets, one of which is interoperability, a topic near and dear to my heart. So if you’ll permit me, dear reader, I’m going to write about it once

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