Wavelength Podcast Episode 127: Digital Reasoning’s New AI Product; A Look at the July Issue of Waters
After an investment to improve the podcast's sound quality, Anthony and James talk about Digital Reasoning's latest move and preview the next issue of Waters.
Wavelength Podcast Episode 126: Brexit Fallout; the SGX-NSE Battle Continues; Cellphone Location Data
Anthony and James hit on a wide-range of topics, from Brexit in the UK, to the SGX-NSE fight in APAC, to the Supreme Court's decision on cellphone location data in the US.
Wavelength Podcast Episode 125: Bitcoin, Ether Aren't Securities (Maybe); Privacy Issues and the Law
The SEC takes a definitive stance on the status of cryptocurrencies; the idea of privacy consistently changes with the introduction of new technologies.
The LSE suffered a major outage this week while blockchain was very prevalent in this week's headlines.
Wei-Shen Wong joins to discuss the brewing battle between the SGX and NSE and Anthony and James look at Esma's shot at reporting platforms.
Cboe's CIO joins the podcast to discuss the exchange's tech migrations after the Bats acquisition, and Anthony and James give a primer on GDPR.
Linedata's Dave Remy and Chris Condron discuss all things CQRS and James Rundle goes over some of the big news breaking in the crypto space.
James and Anthony look at the main issues around CCP non-default losses, who should be responsible for these funds, and where this is all heading.
After its eleventh-hour bid deal for Fidessa fell through, SS&C is back on the hunt for an acquisition (or acquisitions). Anthony and James speculate on what that could mean for the industry.
Wavelength Podcast Episode 118: CAT ‘State of the Union’, RTS 27 & 28 Concerns, The ‘Big Tech’ Dilemma
Anthony and James discuss some of the big stories to come out of TradeTech Europe and then three legal experts look at how the SEC has been quiet about the CAT.
Anthony and James examine some of the key themes that will be on display at the inaugural North American Innovation Summit.
Anthony and James look at some of the negative effects of bitcoin mining and take a quick look at Fidessa’s new suitors.
Anthony and James discuss the potential ripple effects stemming from this latest deal in the fixed-income space, fintech investment and Brexit.
WatersTechnology attended the Futures Industry Association's annual conference in Boca Raton, Florida. These are the takeaways.
Jesse Lund talks about real uses for DLT in the capital markets, lessons learned while rolling out IBM's blockchain platform, and what’s ahead for 2018, and into 2019.
The past two weeks have seen some major announcements that point to fintechs being even more disruptive than in years past.
The Association for Financial Markets in Europe (AFME) released a report looking at the market environment that utilities face. Anthony and James examine its findings.
Victor Anderson, editor-in-chief of Waters, joins the podcast to discuss Temenos’ potential acquisition of Fidessa.
Waters Wavelength Podcast Episode 109: An Overview of the CFTC Technology Advisory Committee’s Meeting
Anthony and James talk about how regulators in the US are falling behind other nations' regulators, the lack of talk about Reg AT, and an SRO for cryptocurrencies.
Waters Wavelength Podcast Episode 108: Dan Schleifer Talks About the Challenges of Creating a Fintech
ChartIQ's co-founder and CEO joins the podcast to give his insights—and lessons learned—as to how to create a startup geared toward the capital markets.
Anthony, James and Max Bowie dig into the Thomson Reuters-Blackstone announcement and try and figure out the winners and losers, industry-wide.
Anthony and James examine a new report about how the buy side is lagging behind when it comes to blockchain development, and how K-12 schools are lagging when it comes to teaching coding.
Bill Murphy, CTO of Blackstone, once again joins the podcast to discuss the private equity firm's new offices, designed to house its innovations team.
Should regulators take a more active role when it comes to AI oversight, or leave it to the professionals? What will M&A look like in 2018?