John considers news from Thomson Reuters and FactSet, and previews this year's BST European Summit.
Dan and Anthony celebrate the one-year anniversary of the podcast.
Thesys choice upsets the status quo.
Emilia David ruminates on innovation and how banks can speed up technological evolution in capital markets.
“It is important for regulators to become comfortable with the new technologies serving the industries they oversee.”
Dan and Tony look at the regulatory outlook for 2017.
Does regulation drive innovation or vice-versa? Or is it more important to have both working in tandem?
From Brexit to the US presidential race, nothing about 2016 was predictable.
What your firm is missing when it comes to getting the best young talent out there.
John extolls (again) the virtue of patience when it comes to the impact of distributed-ledger technologies.
Dan chats with Nasdaq's new CEO.
With chairman Massad leaving the CFTC and commissioner Giancarlo likely to have a greater say, the source-code provision may be in trouble...if not the rule as a whole.
The most important things the industry needs to focus on for the coming year.
John hopes that preparations for the incoming regulation are top of the New Year’s resolutions pile for asset managers.
An updated listed of rules all media relations teams should follow.
The Smart Cube's David Landi offers insight into the impact of upcoming regulatory changes on the provision of (and payment for) broker research.
Max delivers his rundown of the top themes of the year... in verse!
Dan and Victor discuss the biggest topics of 2017.
John shares his Christmas wish list for the buy side.
Dan talks with Max about what to expect from IDM going forward.
It's time to fill up that Netflix queue.
Inside Data Management's combination of market data and reference data topics will reflect a growing convergence between different aspects of data management.
Dan and Anthony chat about Waters' biggest annual conference.
The increase in the use of artificial intelligence holds great potential for the future of trading technology, as long as humans and machines can work together.