John reviews recent announcements from blockchain consortium R3 and the Digital Trade Chain Consortium
The awful inevitability of cyberattack—and how the threats are only growing
Max says firms can find opportunities in the data challenges presented by regulation.
Or, how I learned to stop worrying and love the distributed ledger.
John reviews some of last week’s top sell-side stories, including the European Commission’s proposals for new rules on the supervision of non-EU CCPs.
Hung parliaments are rarely a good thing for stable democracies or buy-side strategies.
Emilia looks at how technology has been able to bring transparency into even the most opaque of markets.
Blockchain could be more than just a disruptive tool for the financial services industry.
Asset Control's Martijn Groot explores how US proposals for lighter regulatory reform and Brexit negotiations may impact EDM and data management professionals in the coming months.
John says investment banks relocating as a result of Brexit have a chance to rethink technology infrastructures.
Victor says artificial intelligence (AI) has reached its tipping point, and its march forward in the capital markets is unstoppable.
Euronext makes its play for FX through hefty M&A investment, while R3 announces a sizable intake from its own investors.
Max summarizes the highlights of the May issue of Inside Data Management.
Neal Pawar, AQR's CTO, joins Dan and Anthony to talk about attracting talent, the future of open source, and his love of Liverpool football club.
John attempts to introduce some levity into Mifid II with some truly awful movies based on the impending European regulation.
A series of mergers and acquisitions between technology vendors means buy-side firms have more options in the middle office space.
Dan offers some final thoughts on the divisive issue of exchange speed bumps as the curtain comes down on his Waters tenure and he prepares for pastures new, although not far away—he joins the Risk staff at the beginning of May.
Why the lack of gender diversity in finance leads to less revenue for the buy side.
Diversity is in the news these days and Emilia points out women are looking for inspiration to reach leadership roles in banks.
Marc Andrews of IBM sits down with Anthony and Dan to discuss the company's use of Watson for regulatory compliance and surveillance.
John introduces himself as the new custodian of Sell-Side Technology following Dan’s departure to Risk Magazine.
While many fintech firms have come and gone, Victor argues that the industry is better served now than ever.
Dan and Anthony talk about how technologists—and traders—are portrayed in TV and on the big screen, and just how accurate those portrayals are.
Dan issues his final weekly editor’s letter before leaving for Risk.net.