UBS' COO, Beatriz Martín, and Charles Schwab Investment Management's CIO, James Ferrarelli, won the two highest-profile categories of the 2018 AFTAs: best technology executive (sell side) and best technology executive (buy side), respectively.
An industry initiative to start a new US exchange promises much, but it may struggle to deliver without a clearer purpose.
In a period where most stock exchanges are facing uncertain futures and are eyeing consolidation with rivals, one of the world’s largest is hitting its stride.
The trio of execs bring decades of experience in the financial services and market data industries.
The best IT team award of this year’s AFTAs goes to Charles Schwab Investment Management’s investments technology team, snatching the crown from last year’s winner, JPMorgan.
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Charles Schwab & Co. has signed a three-year extension for its use of Fiserv's Unified Wealth Platform, covering portfolio management, accounting, trading and model-portfolio capabilities in support of its managed accounts platform that includes…
Charles Schwab has launched a new portal—dubbed Schwab Asset Intelligence, or SAI—that will provide mutual fund firms with fund asset and sales information. Schwab partnered with data management vendor Access Data, a Broadridge Financial Solutions…
Strengthening the market for securities custody, NSCC's new automated possession and control functions will further improve the DTCC's administration of alternative investments. By Tim Murray