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A summary of some of the past week’s financial technology news.
As the coronavirus drives trading volumes, post-trade processing is increasingly an area of operational risk, and firms should consider automation, analyst says.
Unprecedented volatility in March is leading the bank to double down on its AI systems in a big way.
Fund administrators are dealing with unprecedented volumes of pricing information and exceptions.
The bank is in the throes of a hefty transformation project within its Investor Services division, which began with machine-learning efforts last year.
WatersTechnology looks at 16 projects in the capital markets that involve machine learning to show where the industry is heading.
The bank is looking to automation in the middle and back offices as it seeks to exploit emerging technologies.
The bank has a number of projects using emerging technologies, one of which optimizes the process of detecting price anomalies.
The firm is developing machine learning models internally to optimize the reconciliation process and detect price anomalies.
The former analyst and capital markets advisor will help steer the standards organization's vision and growth.
DTCC can now focus on expanding coverage of the MTU with the addition of leading dealers.
The former analyst will be responsible for relationships with all parties involved in securities tokenization, from regulators to promoters.
Speakers at the Buy-Side Technology North American Summit said a single source of quality data is where AI projects should start.
The Swedish bank will use US firm's network as a white-labelled service.
EC likeliness to finalize standards in the coming weeks refocuses the spotlight on SFTR and what technology is available to help firms comply.
The firm has bolstered its middle-office outsourcing tools with the release of InfoNAV and aims to include AI features in the future.
The Depository Trust & Clearing Corp. appoints industry veteran Tim Lind to manage data services, following the departure of Ron Jordan in December 2017.
The fintech "revolution" of the past few years is looking less like it will displace traditional finance, and more like it will join it.
The key themes from this year's industry mega-event.
IHS Markit partners six securities finance market firms as part of an ongoing effort with Pirum Systems to build a Securities Financing Transaction Regulation reporting solution.
DTCC’s SSI utility helps firms to reduce risk and operational costs associated with trade failures.
Firms looking to capitalize on new cognitive technologies will have to learn how to combine AI, machine learning, RPA, NLP and various other tools to fully take advantage of this revolution.