Also: Trading Technologies is developing an OMS for the sell side and Orbital Insight is embracing a platform-as-a-service model.
As the startup expands the number of retailers it tracks and adds geolocation data to its offering, it will eventually deploy a PaaS model for do-it-yourself geospatial analytics.
As the SEC prepares to host a two-day event to tackle market data access and fee issues, industry user groups and Nasdaq have laid out their positions on SIP reform. Max Bowie reports.
It’s a trio of problems: Mifid II’s data problem; blockchain projects stalled; and data quality issues for machine learning.
Speakers at the Buy-Side Technology North American Summit said a single source of quality data is where AI projects should start.
Octavio Marenzi joins to talk about the web data extraction market and Anthony and James delve into Refinitiv.
As the industry—and society, as a whole—embraces the promise of artificial intelligence, James argues that there is a need to train models on more than just mathematical data.
As cybersecurity issues become more daunting, and as vendors collect more of our personal information, Anthony says we will need Congress to take more of an active role in protecting citizens’ information, even as they willingly give it away.
Data and technology, once firmly separate, are increasingly becoming the same function, both in the industry and in the pages of Waters.
Institutional investors want to enter the crypto space but the lack of infrastructure around guaranteed latency and access to real-time market data is hindering a wider entry into the field. By Emilia David
Also: A look at IHS Markit pulling MarkitSERV off the market and Algomi pivoting to Alfa.
Usman Khan sits down with WatersTechnology to discuss how the vendor will look to change course in 2019 and focus on the development of the Alfa platform.
A look at Nasdaq's potential acquisition of Cinnober and whether Wall Street has learned anything 10 years after Lehman's collapse?
In echo chambers, it’s easy to believe that we’re heading for a horrible ending as a species. Anthony argues that people need to take a deep breath and a step back.
As Waters celebrates its 25th anniversary, James increasingly sees an industry more excited about technology than ever—and with good reason.
Forays into selling data have been slowed by concerns over confidentiality, internal battles over its use and clean-up work on the data itself. Risk.net's Faye Kilburn reports.
Investment spend is largely seen to be going to data management programs before emerging tech initiatives.
After luring one of the trading partners behind Thomson Reuters’ RCM 19901 data service, Bloomberg is positioning a new US Treasury-interest rate swap data service directly against its rival.
Waters canvasses a range of industry opinion leaders about what the defining technologies of the next few decades will be.
Bloomberg's Gerard Francis comes on the podcast to talk about how data fragmentation issues are becoming more challenging.
Today is the 17th anniversary of the September 11 attacks in New York, the day that 16 Risk Waters staff members lost their lives. Today we remember them.
This year, Waters celebrates the 25th anniversary of its founding. Victor looks back at a number of the seminal moments in its history and the staff members who helped shape the publication.
Waters examines some of the most important events in financial technology of the past 25 years.