ITRS' Kevin Covington discusses APM technology and how the sector has evolved.
Shareholders green light 60 percent stake move.
New connection allows for OTF FX derivatives clearing.
The NYSE Liffe derivatives clearing platform will be leveraged to consolidate European derivatives into single clearing house.
BofA Merrill Lynch, Citi, Deutsche Bank, JPMorgan, Morgan Stanley and UBS to use Traiana's Harmony platform for clearing OTC FX derivatives.
ForexClear to provide services for FX NDFs.
The broker is also partnering with SocGen and Credit Agricole on its OTC clearing platform.
Milestone software will provide oversight for outsourced process.
Global investment management firm scales up in Poland.
Group will hold 60 percent after lengthy negotiation.
Europe publishes enhanced regulation for CSDs.
The vendor will connect to more CCPs as they begin to clear FX.
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Agreement creates a single collateral pool.
Exchange debuts platform with enhanced automation.
SwapEx is a derivatives platform designed to comply with Dodd-Frank and EMiR regulation regarding the new trading of OTC derivatives.
Partnering with Sofgen, the Swiss company will use the software center for basic support tasks.
Move aimed at reducing fixed-cost investment in technology base.
GlobeOp responds to client demand and opens a hedge fund administration and data center facility.
Technology vendors were once loath to give away their ideas for free. Financial service firms were similarly unwilling to invest in a project that might be a sunk cost. However, attitudes are changing, and it is now standard for companies to pay for…
Attitudes on Wall Street have changed whereby proofs-of-concepts (PoCs) are seen as less risky—for both parties. End users take less of a risk and vendors are confident in landing a long-term deal.
Attitudes on Wall Street have changed whereby POCs are seen as less risky. End users are taking less of a risk and vendors are confident in landing a long-term deal.
Asset management services firm moves into Asia.
Bats Global Markets plans to move its disaster recovery facility to Chicago.