Diets are about controlling your intake. Regulations are increasingly about showing that you're in control of your intake of data.
On his departure after seven years in the WatersTechnology group, Michael reflects on the insight and analysis provided while editing Inside Reference Data, including coverage of the long effort to make the legal entity identifier a reality, and the…
Dan and Emilia discuss the November features.
John provides a breakdown of the Waters features for November, including the state of Indian HFT and algo trading, and the lack of speed in treasury platforms.
One of the toughest choices firms face is whether to buy or build technology.
The soon-to-be head of tech for CBOE has all the necessary qualities.
While technology transformation projects can seem more than they are, the reality is a little more practical says John.
Victor sees a bright future for the Julia, the programming language released four years ago, that appears to be striking a chord with capital markets firms of various shapes and size.
Max examines some recent developments in the data industry that demonstrate how the end of one era can usher in a new era of opportunities.
Dan chats with BNY Mellon's head of technology about financial firms use of open source and dealing with regulations efficiently.
How the deregulation of London's capital markets structure in 1986 has led to large amounts of regulation in 2016.
Is artificial intelligence the key to properly surveilling the markets?
On leaving as editor of Inside Reference Data, Michael Shashoua reflects on the most incisive elements in five years of commentaries
In light of two recent developments in the market data world, Max looks at the pros and cons of each side of the buy versus build debate.
Dan and Anthony talk about the biggest topics at the most recent Waters event.
John offers his thoughts on the asset manager's recommendations for the future of electronic fixed-income trading.
A controversial regulation was the talk of this year's event.
Removing or replacing legacy systems is not as simple as it might seem
Market data is scarier than any trick or treat. So either learn to laugh at the frights, or be ready for things to go bump in the night.
Volatility in the foreign exchange market is being driven by a number of factors, but post-trade data issues are still lingering.
Dan, Anthony and Emilia discuss their three-part blockchain series.
Everyone wants to point the finger at something, or someone, when it comes to flash crashes, but sometimes it's not that simple.
'Connecting the dots,' serving diverse users and complying with new rules all depend on flexible data operations
Today's financial markets are as much a matter of geographical design as fundamental structure, where correlations can be triangulated on a map.