Anthony Malakian, US editor of Waters, and James Rundle, news editor of Waters, record a weekly podcast touching on the biggest stories in financial technology.
On the podcast, James gives a preview of his trip to Toronto to cover Sibos. Then, he and Anthony look first at some recent M&A activity in the compliance/AI space, and then look at how some fully-live blockchain projects are finally starting to trickle into the market. Finally, Anthony—a lifelong fan of the Houston Astros—rants about why fans of the New York Yankees are the absolute worst.
2:00 A preview of the WatersTechnology Innovation Summit, which is on November 15—not November 28—like Anthony said on the podcast.
3:45 James previews his Sibos trip.
6:00 A look at M&A in the capital markets and, specifically, for regulation and compliance.
16:15 Is blockchain finally maturing with real, fully-live implementations?
19:30 Anthony explains why the Yankees suck.
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