Sell-Side Technology deputy editor Dan DeFrancesco and WatersTechnology US editor Anthony Malakian record a weekly podcast touching on the biggest stories in financial technology.
Dan and Anthony switch things up by allotting themselves two-minute rounds for eight different topics. It wasn't exactly smooth as Anthony was a bit off-kilter. But Dan at least succinctly drops some knowledge and opinion.
They discuss deconstructing the Flash Crash (1:50), acquisitions in the designated market maker business (4:40), the sale of the Chicago Stock Exchange (6:50), Markit's purchase of JPMorgan's system integration software (8:57), a panel on data management between finance and risk teams (11:57), the confirmation of the MiFID II delay (15:38), buy-side firms involvement in blockchain (20:50) and the best way to submit an entry for the Sell-Side Technology Awards (23:10). Finally, the guys wrap things up discussing how wrong they were about Super Bowl 50 (25:04).
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