The exchange group has made a strategic double buy hoping to boost capacity in solving portfolio and balance sheet risk for clients.
The CAT is required to gather personal information, but the CAT NMS committee wants to use a masking method for security.
The bank's central data and technology group enables frontline ‘citizen developers’.
The securities services business has embarked on an API strategy to offload its legacy tech and produce better connected products.
The creation of GFIS is the culmination of a three-year plan to consolidate and improve how the broker managed hundreds of data sources.
The investment bank’s deputy chief digital officer says machines cannot predict markets, as the bank consolidates trading operations and builds an AI trading platform for fixed income and FX.
A look at some of the key people moves from the past week, including major roles at regulators.
Catch up on some of the past week's financial technology news.
Compliance vendor says upcoming automatic trade reconstruction will slash processing times and allow users to monitor news feeds to detect insider trading.
Beyond new latency reductions between Tokyo and Hong Kong, Colt will continue to optimize its routes and expand its network coverage.
The exchange’s CEO and COO discuss its matching engine, Intel partnership, cloud strategy and plans for the future.
The post-trade firm and custodian will launch new data services for fixed income liquidity and APIs for its reference data offerings.
A summary of some of the past week’s financial technology news.
The US exchange is again planning to offer crypto derivatives, while after previous attempts to gain regulatory approval to list crypto ETFs were thwarted.
Jonathan Kellner and Tom Fay join to discuss the Members Exchange.
APIs are becoming more important as firms digitize and adopt microservices architectures, but they come with unique security threats. By Joanna Wright
The trade association is looking to offer its Common Domain Model to rulemakers.
A look at some the key "people moves" from last week, including Douglas Taylor (pictured, right), who is leaving Burton-Taylor.
The combination of these two revolutions will see data volumes skyrocket. As a result, Anthony Malakian says data providers will be able to find new datasets to package for clients, while investment firms can create unique investment insights.
While progress was made in the desktop application interoperability space in the last year, Anthony Malakian says 2020 is likely to see some major developments that will help to push this movement forward.
As emerging technologies and greater computing power have brought about new analytical tools and capabilities, adding a virtual layer could help take the burden off the traditional data warehouse.
While real blockchain rollouts are still few and far between, some firms made progress in 2019. Here are 18 projects in some stage of development.
WatersTechnology looks at more than 20 cloud-based projects and initiatives to see how banks, asset managers and vendors are embracing public providers, and the inherent problems involved.