Is DLT post-trade a solution without a problem?

Sources question landmark projects' ability to use technology at scale as further delay besets ASX deployment

The 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine sparked futures processing surges akin to 2020’s Covid-driven back-office meltdown, say bank sources, when pandemic-induced operational mayhem meant sleepless nights for red-eyed back-office staff. Yet in 2022, no such breakdown occurred.

These earlier processing problems prompted dealers to propose a new utility under the leadership of the Futures Industry Association (FIA). And among the suggestions for improving trade workflows, the use of distributed

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Once a blockchain cheerleader, Axoni changes its playbook

The fintech, whose origins can be traced back to the genesis of capital markets’ complicated flirtation with DLT, has largely ditched the tech as the foundation of its data synchronization offering, opting for more familiar territory.

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