Anthony and James look at developments pertaining to the Consolidated Audit Trail and wonder if big-tech companies could challenge traditional asset managers.
Anthony and James take a look at some of the biggest news events from the past week.
CME plans to launch futures on bitcoin in Q4 2017, while the FSB looks at AI as a threat.
This week Anthony and James discuss some of the major stories to come out of three major conferences.
While at Sibos Toronto, James shares some interviews covering topics on blockchain, fintechs and cybersecurity.
James and Anthony talk about the looming Sibos event in Toronto and take a look at some recent M&A activity and blockchain developments in the capital markets.
Compliance heads from Guggenheim Partners, Sierra Global Management, J Goldman & Co., and Rimes talk about trends in the regtech space. Anthony and James talk about the Symphony-Bloomberg battle.
JPMorgan's Oliver Harris joins the podcast to talk about advancements in the fintech world and some of the specific projects underway at the bank.
Bryan Harkins joins to discuss how the CBOE-Bats integration is going and plans for the exchange operator going forward. Anthony and James talk about the SEC hack and Esma's potential new powers.
James talks about his trip to Chicago and some of the interesting topics that came up (including a look at disaster recovery demands). Then Anthony and James touch on ISDA's initial margin rules, with Phase 3 going live next year.
Joakim Strid joins the podcast to discuss how Nasdaq is deploying machine-learning techniques for surveillance. Then Emilia David joins the podcast to discuss T+2’s launch in the US, Canada, Mexico and Peru.
James and Anthony talk about the cybersecurity rules permeating the industry and then pivot to PR dos and don'ts.
Wei-Shen Wong talks to Anthony about quantum computing, and then James and Anthony talk about the pairing of IBORs with blockchains. They end things by talking about Game of Thrones and the Mayweather-McGregor fight.
Anthony and James delve into how the systematic internalizer regime is shaping up, and then examine the regtech sector.
Anthony and James talk AI and ESG, Reg SCI and the SEC, and Game of Thrones and Dragons.
Emilia David fills in for Anthony Malakian to discuss fintech and Brexit with James Rundle, followed by a Game of Thrones recap.
Waters Wavelength Podcast Episode 80: All About Digital Currencies (And Some Libor, Politics & Game of Thrones)
There were major moves in the crypto space this week, which James has covered closely. They also discuss Libor's future phase-out, talk politics and analyze Game of Thrones.
IBM makes headway with blockchain and encryption services; the FCA's Stephen Hanks says firms need to make decisions about their ARMs and APA providers soon.
Waters Wavelength Podcast Episode 77: A Look at Mifid II Developments & the Use Cases for Behavioral Analytics
This week, Anthony and James take a look at recent developments pertaining to Mifid II and then they talk about how firms are increasingly turning to behavioral analytics platforms to better examine trading decisions.
Waters Wavelength Podcast Episode 76: Radziemski Talks Machine Learning, Robotic Process Automation & Public Cloud Adoption
Former-Lord Abbett CIO Michael Radziemski sits down with James and Anthony to talk about three big topics: machine learning, robotic process automation and public cloud adoption.
Waters Wavelength Podcast Episode 75: An Update on the Julia Programming Language; AI & Alternative Data; Digital Currencies
Julia Computing's Viral Shah talks about the programming language he helped create and what's ahead for it. Then James and Anthony talk about the pairing of AI & alternative data, digital currencies, and Game of Thrones.
Anthony and James look at why London clearinghouses may be in danger and the use of cognitive tools to monitor employees.
Waters Wavelength Podcast Episode 73: The UK Election, Brexit & Fintechs; The Bloomberg Point-Port Integration
An examination of what the UK election and eventual Brexit negotiations could mean for London's fintech space followed by a discussion of Bloomberg's Point-Port integration.