Wavelength Podcast Episode 164: Changes at WatersTechnology

A rundown of what's happening at WatersTechnology.

WatersTechnology records a weekly podcast touching on the biggest stories in financial technology.

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Anthony Malakian and Jo Wright walk through some of the changes that have taken place at WatersTechnology and what it will mean for the podcast—all good things…we hope!


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Anthony Malakian: 646 490 3973; anthony.malakian@infopro-digital.com

Jo Wright: 646 755 7375; joanna.wright@infopro-digital.com


Past 10 episodes:

Episode 154: Bryan Cross, UBS Asset Management

Episode 155: Martin Boyd of FIS; A Look at the CAT

Episode 156: Gil Mandelzis, Capitolis

Episode 157: FIA Boca Preview & Other News

Episode 158: Giancarlo’s Swan Song; Crypto Madness; DTCC/ASX Blockchains

Episode 159: Simon Hazlitt on Cloud Challenges

Episode 160: Pete Cherecwich of Northern Trust

" target="_blank">Episode 161: Gerard Francis of Bloomberg

Episode 162: IEX on the Transaction Fee Pilot

Episode 163: Tony Amicangioli on Cloud, Race to Zero

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