The French bank looks to make a "big" acquisition, and will go live with an internal blockchain for corporate actions within "weeks."
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.
While all the talk pertaining to regulation across the capital markets has centered on Mifid II, GDPR has surprised many financial institutions due to the extent of its reach and the data governance challenges is poses. Anthony Malakian talks with…
Senior technologists talk about the difficulties in retaining talent and the programs they’re implementing to stem the outflow of technologists from their firms.
Business agility and awareness of a firm’s shortcomings are key, says Janus Henderson exec.
150,000 lines of Autobahn code to be open-sourced and integrated into Symphony messaging platform.
Congress has "serious concerns" about the SEC's ability to safeguard data, politicians say.
There's no doubt that technology is a huge driver of the capital markets but Victor says communities and connections may be just as important, if not more so.
US regulator discloses that social security numbers were compromised in Edgar cyber incident from 2016.
A preview of next week's conference agenda for Buy-Side Technology's flagship event.
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.
The two firms are building a prototype blockchain solution for the Swedish funds market.
The importance of data is rising in regulatory circles, Swinburne told WFIC attendees.
SWIB began the project four years ago, which included the introduction of eight new technologies.
As the responsibilities of data professionals become more complex and wide-ranging, training will play an increasingly important role in ensuring efficiency, compliance and consistency.
Data practitioners have long bemoaned the lack of professional training and standards around data management—especially for those who may unwittingly incur expensive penalties if they don’t abide by licensing policies. Now that industry association…
Lingering questions remain over the SEC's handling of its own cybersecurity incident.
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.
The regulator says that it cannot create a layer of permitted compliance below European standards.
MEP Markus Ferber tells Waters that this change “must not mean that the ESAs can do what they want to just because they get more money,” and that the ESG provisions are “a non-starter”.
IDC estimates that the market for machine learning-related technology will increase from $12.5 billion in 2017 to more than $46 billion in 2020.
Disaster recovery and business continuity plans take center stage in 2017
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.
The first Level 2 module will focus on data licensing, aimed at a broad range of industry professionals, especially developers, who need to be aware of the limitations and costs associated with the data they use.