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.
Emilia David, US reporter for Waters, joins Anthony and James to look at the 10 biggest topics and the news stories built around these trends from this past year.
Women in Technology & Data Awards
1:45 Before the list, an update on next year’s Women in Technology and Data Awards. Entries are open for submission.
The Top 10
3:30 (10.) Market Structure: ECB to Examine Closer Target2 and T2S Integration
5:45 (9.) T+2: T2 Settlement Begins in US Markets
9:00 (8.) Brexit: Tech Challenges Loom as Europe Eyes London’s Clearinghouses
10:50 (7.) Cybersecurity: SEC Company Information Database Attacked
14:15 (6.) Quantum Computing: JPMorgan and Barclays Join IBM Q Network
18:15 (5.) Artificial Intelligence: IBM Takes Aim at Regtech Space Using Cognitive Technology
20:50 (4.) Blockchain: Blockchain Not Yet Ready to Power T+0 Settlement
24:15 (3.) Mifid II: Esma Says Mifid III Not in the Works
26:00 (2.) Consolidated Audit Trail: Industry Tight Lipped on CAT Status as Deadline Hits
28:30 (1.) Bitcoin: CFTC Warns on Bitcoin Futures as Exchanges Ready Contracts
Star Wars & Gift Ideas
32:15 A quick book review: The Three-Body Problem, by Cixin Liu.
37:15 Miya and James review Star Wars Episode VIII. [Spoiler Alert]
As is the case with everything we do, we’d love to get some feedback from our listeners. Feel free to reach out to Anthony or James via Twitter or email.
Past 10 episodes:
Bryan Cross, who heads UBS Asset Management's QED group, joins to discuss alternative data and AI.Subscribe to Weekly Wrap emails
- JP Morgan's FX Algo Tool Launches on Bloomberg Terminal
- The Problem Solver: Paul Bari, Nordea
- Wavelength Podcast Episode 154: Bryan Cross, UBS Asset Management
- CAT’s Tale: How Thesys, the SROs and the SEC Mishandled the Consolidated Audit Trail
- Refinitiv Consolidates Data Insights on China's Belt and Road Initiative