Capital markets firms are continually looking for new ways to package and visualize a rising tide of information. It turns out there’s another industry looking to handle the same challenge—the video game industry.
The bank's central data and technology group enables frontline ‘citizen developers’.
ICE Data Services says investors can access its reference data subscription later this year to build out their ESG strategies.
WatersTechnology looks at more than 20 cloud-based projects and initiatives to see how banks, asset managers and vendors are embracing public providers, and the inherent problems involved.
A summary of some of the past week's financial technology news.
As part of its digitization efforts, the bank is looking to video game technology to allow traders to consume more information.
These specialists are touting services for monitoring third parties amid tougher rules on outsourcing risk.
With security, privacy, risk, and control in mind, the duo have teamed up to provide an all-encompassing public cloud utility for the financial sector.
Quants are embracing the idea of ‘model-free’ pricing and deep hedging.
The exchange and data provider says purchase of market sentiment index from BAML is a natural next step.
As global banks seek to promote trade finance as an investable asset class to the buy side, the sector’s lack of technology and data infrastructure have come to light.
The flavor of the week among investment banks is not to be a bank, but a tech company. While the numbers are starting to back that claim up, so are the risks involved, writes James Rundle.
Witad Awards 2019 Write-Ups: Trailblazer (Lifetime Achievement) Award—Catherine Bessant, Bank of America
Cathy Bessant, chief operations and technology officer at Bank of America, wins this year's lifetime achievement award at the annual Women in Technology & Data Awards.
Moving to the public cloud is not as simple as flipping a switch. Anthony Malakian speaks with early public cloud adopters to find out some of the lessons they’ve learned along the way.
The 26 category winners from this year's Women in Technology and Data Awards were announced on the afternoon of March 8 at a sit-down lunch in London.
An industry initiative to start a new US exchange promises much, but it may struggle to deliver without a clearer purpose.
Waters canvasses a range of industry opinion leaders about what the defining technologies of the next few decades will be.
As data innovation moves from trend to industry standard, Amelia Axelsen investigates whether governance is its enemy, or an essential driver.
EDM Council appoints interim MD John Bottega as executive director.