Valantic FSA, a European solutions provider, wants to remake the fixed-income tech scene in interoperability's image, taking on incumbents like Ion Group.
At least one silver lining emerged from the Covid-19 pandemic for the financial services industry: most capital markets firms on both sides of the industry appear to have coped well with the initial disruption. Pretty much all of these firms have adapted…
Anthony wonders if there are any tea leaves to be read as a result of Symphony migrating its platform from AWS to Google Cloud.
A look at some of the key "people moves" from this week, including Paul Flanagan (pictured), who joins Theta as strategic sales advisor.
Machine learning could help with loan decisions—but only if banks can explain how it works. And that’s not easy.
Founded with the principles of “transparency and academic rigor,” some say Proof’s model and technical approach is a test case for a new generation of cloud-native broker startups.
A look at some of the key people moves from this week, including Michelle Neal (pictured), who has joined enterprise software vendor LedgerEdge as CEO of US operations.
Wei-Shen and Tony talk about climate migration and opportunities that might come about from a data perspective.
The watchdog will set out a new stance on ML-based capital models at a time of conflicting guidance from other supervisors.
Anthony examines a proposed protocol in Europe that would help keep liquidity flowing if there’s a major exchange outage. He also discusses innovation in the realm of ESG, and Esma’s new data analytics platform.
There's rapid digital transformation underway in the industry and regulators must get with the game plan while not over-regulating the use of AI.
The consultancy will provide on-demand tooling for analyzing data collected from Data Reporting Service Providers.
Creighton AI is using a regression-based approach to machine learning to help make predictions about the excess return of a stock relative to the market.
Anthony first looks at the alternative data industry and connects to QAnon, before explaining why there needs to be more hard numbers in the world of blockchain.
Rebecca examines the tangled web woven between Reddit, meme stocks, and QAnon, and asks how well prepared data providers looking to jump on the meme stocks bandwagon are to recognize organized disinformation campaigns.
The market infrastructure provider has rolled out its blockchain-based repo transaction platform with plans to further build on the emerging technology.
Wei-Shen and Tony talk about how the pandemic has changed their habits and how they’re trying to do something about it.
Data gaps and potential biases must be accounted for in approaches to tackling money laundering.
Replication could allow financial firms to use—and monetize—data that was previously off-limits
A new tool that helps business users test and validate their own POCs is set to join the bank’s ranks alongside its other AI projects implemented over the last two years: Linc, Guardrail, and Ants.
Intelligent robots can value complex derivatives in minutes rather than hours
It is no secret that pre-developed applications offering commoditized, off-the-shelf functionality continue to dominate the capital markets technology landscape. Sinara discusses how capital markets firms often turn to tried-and-trusted industry…
Waters Wavelength Podcast Interview Series: Shameek Kundu, now head of financial services and chief strategy officer at AI startup firm Truera, talks AI, the state of the art of infrastructure, and how regulators are keeping a keen eye on the space.