A summary of some of the past week’s financial technology news.
The EMS provider is looking to build out its suite of solutions for the buy side, including a new algo wheel and visualization tools.
The company is carrying out proofs of concept with banks and asset managers on the technology that allows computation on encrypted data.
As part of its automation move, Charles River will also offer MarketAxess’ automated fixed-income execution capability.
This year's Rankings featured several companies that were involved in major acquisitions over the last 12 months.
The bank is looking to create a single security master so the same data flows through the system.
The deal lets the vendor add OMS functionality to its existing trading workflow.
Mandelzis, formerly of Traiana and EBS BrokerTec, joins the podcast to discuss the fintech startup world and trends in the market.
Maiuri was 'instrumental' in State Street's acquisition of Charles River Development.
Grayson's extensive experience and contacts within the fintech sector will help AlphaPoint expand its business, officials say.
David Weber replaces Eyal Amsalem, who will transition to a new position.
The consolidation of the OMS market was one of the biggest stories this year as deals were made right after the other.
Here are the free-to-view write-ups covering this year's 36 category winners, plus a number of winners' circle interviews and video clips from this year's awards function in London on November 2.
Victor reflects on how mergers and acquisitions have shaped the industry during his tenure as editor, and looks ahead at changes for Waters.
The latest major deal in the OMS space is valued at $1.45 billion.
The Waters view on Charles River's acquisition by State Street.
Waters takes an in-depth look at the tie-up between two Boston giants, and examines who could be next in the latest phase of OMS provider consolidation.
There’s still a lot more to talk about when it comes to the order management system and bitcoin exchange-traded fund spaces.
Anthony and James spoke with some sources about the big acquisition of Charles River by State Street, and right now, there are more questions than answers.