Getting Ready for the Next Tech Bubble


Cassandra was the daughter of Priam, the king of Troy, who was cursed by the gods to be a prophet never to be believed. One day, she saw Odysseus’ Trojan horse inside the city’s walls. She told her father, “Beware Greeks bearing gifts,” as she predicted the fall of her homeland, although unfortunately, he didn’t believe her. 

There was something surreal about my meeting with Saxo Bank’s CEO, Kim Fournais. I was in the offices of one of the most tech-focused financial institutions in the

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Once a blockchain cheerleader, Axoni changes its playbook

The fintech, whose origins can be traced back to the genesis of capital markets’ complicated flirtation with DLT, has largely ditched the tech as the foundation of its data synchronization offering, opting for more familiar territory.

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