Voya Financial and Blackstone execs discuss the role that fintechs play in firms' digital transformations, and caution them not to rely so heavily on vendors.
A summary of some of the past week's financial technology news.
Direct links set up in each location “jump” from points-of-presence to a cloud in under a millisecond.
The exchange group is developing new regtech products while looking to move these offerings to the cloud in 2020.
These specialists are touting services for monitoring third parties amid tougher rules on outsourcing risk.
As more financial institutions are starting to expand their usage of AI, they are turning to the cloud to help scale up. However, there are things to consider before doing so. Wei-Shen Wong examines.
The tech giant uses open-source tools to help firms ramp up computing power for complex risk calculations.
Financial firms must maintain a register of all outsourced critical functions under new guidelines now in effect in Europe.
LSEG CIO Ann Neidenbach said London is ‘tapped out’ of cloud DevOps talent.
Industry members are also being asked to focus on large-volume trades for December’s deadline.
The global data giant is working with clients to deploy its data services from the three main cloud providers.
While still not a formal approval of new timelines, industry members should expect CAT deadlines to remain unchanged.
Jo Wright says the Capital One data breach could make cloud adoption just that much more fraught.
Finra CAT will lean heavily on AWS to help ensure that the database is secure.
A look at how regulators could approach supervising public cloud companies in the future.
Banks have long been using synthetic data to validate solutions, but tech advancements and regulatory pressure have established this practice as a crucial step in the development and testing of technologies.
The administrator is looking at how artificial intelligence can be used to extract online sentiment and create customized alternative data services to attract clients.
As cloud computing becomes an ever more critical component of any modern financial technology infrastructure, cloud deals are coming under increased regulatory scrutiny.
The company is leveraging AI to make investment suggestions and dig out sentiment from spoken announcements.
Seattle-headquartered Amazon Web Services wins the product of the year category in this year's SST Awards, thanks to its AWS Cloud offering.
CRM-X uses cloud-like technology to trade and consolidate capital across markets.
AWS wins this year’s best cloud provider category, thanks to its AWS Cloud platform, a suite of cloud-based services that include compute, storage, database, analytics, networking, mobile, security and enterprise applications.