The vendor's software allows firms to train machine-learning models to better recognize and extract the data in documents.
Jo Wright says two recent cases have left industry participants worried that regulators are ruling by enforcement.
The investment bank has eliminated thousands of roles and revamped its approach to outsourcing over the last two years.
Catch up on some of the past week's financial technology news.
A look at some of the key "people moves" over the last week, including Lisa Fiondella (pictured), who joins Finastra.
The exchange group is developing new regtech products while looking to move these offerings to the cloud in 2020.
For it's real estate token, 90% of investment is coming from institutional firms.
Toronto's TMX Group is looking to revolutionize the way that it conducts data audits with users. While the early feedback is positive, will others follow suit?
A look at some of the key "people moves" this week, including Stephan Flagel (pictured), who joins Qontigo.
The industry body has urged EU lawmakers and stakeholders to become leaders in delivering a common regulatory framework for digital assets.
The bank is rolling out a project using machine learning and natural-language processing for KYC and AML activities.
These specialists are touting services for monitoring third parties amid tougher rules on outsourcing risk.
A look at some of the key "people moves" over the last week, including Deborah Hrvatin (pictured), who joins CLS.
The FBI's Richard Jacobs says that the impact of US sanctions is driving theft “to fund coffers”.
The bank is looking to extend this feature to other asset classes in the future.
Gokey discusses Broadridge's aim to be a one-stop shop for users and how it sees emerging technologies as its future.
The asset manager is reviewing various processes to see what kinds of automation could bring efficiency.
A look at some of the key "people moves" over the last week, including Ryan Gwin (pictured), who joins MarketAxess.
The digital assistant is built on Symphony’s open-source technology and integrates with existing trader-dealer workflows.
The vendor is also experimenting with machine learning to help the buy-side sift through the vast amount of unstructured alternatives investment data.
Confluence has a big job ahead integrating StatPro’s various analytics tools.
For £161.1 million, Confluence has purchased StatPro. Both companies stand to gain more global clients, and users can expect new products meant to alleviate pain points felt by the buy side.
The company plans to test machine-learning models in the coming months to automatically fix IT system fragmentation.
A look at some of the key "people moves" from the last week.