The need for the CAT to be a top priority.
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.
Upcoming movie examines culture at large technology companies on the West Coast.
Many data management initiatives are inspired by efficiency and best practices, but only become reality after regulatory involvement.
Waters Wavelength Podcast Episode 65: Public Cloud Providers Battle for Dominance, The Rise of Artificial Intelligence
Dan and Anthony talk about Amazon, Google, IBM and Microsoft all battling for market share in the public cloud space.
Legacy infrastructure need not be a stumbling block to innovation if steps are taken to leverage dormant computing power.
Cutting Through the Hype: Finding the Difference Between True Innovation and a Good Use of Buzzwords
Tech executives’ ability to sort through bogus claims around new technology is more important now than ever before.
Open Source, Cybersecurity, Fintech Relationships: A Look Back at the North American Trading Architecture Summit
Dan gives a recap of WatersTechnology’s biggest sell-side focused conference in the US.
Dan and Anthony discuss the North American Trading Architecture Summit.
"Meredith Gibson, director at Meredith Gibson Advisory, stressed the importance of speeding up the processes of putting together and following a full compliance strategy, given that there would be significant complications for anyone who might fall…
The future of Europe is clouded in uncertainty and John says without consolidation, asset managers may find themselves struggling to keep up with international competitors.
"But what about the January 3, 2018, Mifid II deadline? To what extent are capital markets firms’ minds concentrated on that deadline?"
Dan and Anthony analyze four big deals from the past month and look back on data spend in 2016.
The collapse of the London Stock Exchange and Deustche Börse deal doesn't come as much of a surprise.
Innovation labs have become the norm for most banks, but that doesn’t mean it’s a fool-proof strategy.
The guys talk about Dan’s feature and Anthony’s trip to Florida for the industry’s biggest futures conference.
Dan explains that the only way to properly handle the presence of shadow IT at a firm is recognizing that it’s likely not going anywhere.
The raft of upcoming regulations has the industry focused on compliance. But to demonstrate compliance, you first need visibility and good data management.
Dan and Emilia discuss the pros and cons of implementing an automation solution that’s holistic.
In honor of the NCAA men’s and women’s basketball tournament starting this week, Dan creates a bracket of the biggest financial technology trends.
The UK regulator has strong words for asset managers on best execution, while it builds bridges for fintech development with its Japanese counterpart.
Blackstone’s head of technology returns to the podcast to talk about how firms can handle technical debt.
The massive service disruption of AWS Simple Storage Service’s US-EAST-1 Region last week caused plenty of issues for folks, but it also gave Twitter the opportunity to truly shine.
With nine months left to prepare for the arrival of Mifid II in Europe, John asks why the buy-side community is still struggling to get to grips with how the regulation will impact technology infrastructures and applications.