Waters Wavelength Podcast: Episode 264 (The London invasion)

Wei-Shen, Reb and Nyela invade London for a week!

Wei-Shen Wong, Asia Editor, and Anthony Malakian, Editor-in-Chief of WatersTechnology, record a weekly podcast touching on the biggest stories in financial technology.

 

To hear the full interview, listen in the player above, or you can click on the download button in the player above.

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This week, Shen records the podcast at The Grapes, Limehouse, one of the oldest pubs in London. (Fun fact: Ian McKellen owns it.) She’s joined by Reb and Nyela, as well as Theo and Eliot, our newest reporters representing WatersTechnology in London. 

It’s chaotic, extremely noisy (cause we’re at a bar, duh), and Shen is greatly outnumbered by Gen-Zers. Dear listener, you have been warned. 
 

Contact Info: 

As is the case with everything we do, we'd love to get some feedback from our listeners.

Wei-Shen Wong: + 852 3411 4758;  wei-shen.wong@infopro-digital.com

Anthony Malakian: + 1 646 490 3973; anthony.malakian@infopro-digital.com


Past 10 episodes:

Episode 254: Heads in the cloud

Episode 255: Wfic and everything cloud

Episode 256: Fixed income execution & innovation

Episode 257: DLT loses favor

Episode 258: Treating the buy side’s fever

Episode 259: SteelEye’s Matt Smith on eComms surveillance

Episode 260: Digital asset custody infrastructure

Episode 261: The case for DLT in post-trade

Episode 262: Previewing Nafis

Episode 263: Broadridge’s Tyler Derr

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