DB's Stuart Gurr says past automation efforts have helped the bank weather the Covid outbreak, highlighting the need for further automation.
The investment bank is leveraging Red Hat's OpenShift technology to better manage its global footprint of virtual machines.
Pressure on trading continuity drives in-house desks to look outwards
A summary of some of the past week’s financial technology news.
Fund administrators are dealing with unprecedented volumes of pricing information and exceptions.
The vendor will add trading position flow and risk calculations to the platform this year, as it continues to integrate functions from recent acquisition Percentile.
While the CAT is now live, few—if any—are reporting. Additionally, there are still concerns among large broker-dealers about the CAT Reporter Agreement.
CEO Jonathan Kellner announced on April 17 that the exchange would have to push back its official launch date, as well as delay platform testing and member certification until later this year.
The newly fledged UK hedge fund has outsourced its portfolio management tech and operations to third parties, a move that has helped it through the coronavirus pandemic.
The vendor's CTO says automation capabilities embedded within the company's Clareti platform can help with repetitive tasks.
The data giant is releasing regional features and functionality to more closely monitor the coronavirus across companies and sectors.
The new feed will provide the framework to support new data types that the broker plans to make available later this year.
State Street will also integrate BestX equity TCA into its outsourced trading desk.
The firm plans to complete the migration by the end of summer, as it learns from prior rebuilds.
Unlike in past financial crises, ESG is taking center stage as social and governance data is directly relevant to all companies weathering the coronavirus pandemic. That makes the holes in that data, which still remain, all the more apparent.
This is a difficult time for most businesses, but start-ups are particularly vulnerable as they struggle to manage cash flow.
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Systems supplied by FIS struggled to handle a massive spike in March trading volumes, according to multiple sources.
The new solution uses progressive web applications, cutting out the need for containers.
Despite the coronavirus, the exchange is on track with plans to offer near 24-hour derivatives trading, new interest rate contracts, and increased transparency into ESG risks.
Linedata has moved its applications to AWS and aims to have support for Microsoft Azure by the third quarter.
The firm is developing themed asset categories for investors by finding new correlations in alternative datasets.
The exchange will consult on a new schedule in June, but industry testing of the platform is still on track for July.
The location data specialist has been sold after falling upon rough times last year.