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.
TIAA's chief digital officer sits down with Waters to discuss how the retirement giant is using big data to improve the customer experience and what the institutional side of finance can learn from retail.
Fintech firm to complete integration of Alpha Exchange and expand into Europe and Asia, with eye on potential further acquisitions.
Redstone has spent 40 years in the financial markets, much of that time in data and trading technology-related roles.
Eurozone's financial capital seen as the big Brexit winner as tech vendors begin to follow banks in launching new Germany-based services
Soni and Loznica have more than 30 years of combined software implementation and engineering expertise.
This is BofA's second win in the category.
Artificial intelligence can show its true value to the industry in the cybersecurity space.
Petersen has held strategy and corporate development roles at CME Group and IMC Financial Markets.
Event comes on the heels of New York surpassing Silicon Valley in fintech venture financing.
BlackRock's cash management platform now stands at over $370 billion in assets under management.
Big banks differ on how to discover the next disruptive technology.
The benefits of using open-source software are too great to ignore for financial firms.
A recent report by the New York Post says Bank of America is looking into decreasing the amount of Bloomberg terminals it has.
At Waters USA 2015, Alla Whitston, enterprise CTO for technology infrastructure at Bank of America, explained Persona, a new project that allows the firm to determine what technology should be afforded to its employees in a standardized way.
The vendor is expanding its customer base beyond hedge funds to investment banks
Bank of America CIO David Reilly chats with Dan DeFrancesco about working with start-ups to address the bank's technology needs.
Seven start-ups presented in front of a group of banks, venture capitalists and technology executives.
Three large banks in the space cite Basel III woes, pre-trade safety checks as key.
Cyber crime is not a new trend and as the volume of attacks increase lessons can be learned from historic cases.
Panel at OpRisk North America discusses how regulations like Basel have forced banks to take another look at their approach to data.
Data management advisor links services to First San Francisco Partners
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