Technology is creeping into buy-side compliance processes, but to what degree?
Joanne Faulkner reports on NAFIS panelists' views on machine learning and its current and future applications for the capital markets.
Somany's years of experience at sell-side firms including Citigroup, Barclays and UBS will help the vendor "cement" its position in the regulatory solutions and reporting space, officials say.
Joanne Faulkner reports on how financial firms expect to increase their consumption and use of market data while managing increasingly complex data, to meet regulatory demands and deliver a new edge.
With increased high-frequency trading in commodities markets likely to increase instances of “spoofing,” the CFTC has said it will be monitoring markets more avidly for instances of spoofing and other forms of market manipulation. Selwyn Parker reports…
Green has also worked at Citigroup, Interactive Data, Bear Stearns, and Telerate.
Kipp and Connolly will strengthen the company's regulatory reporting and compliance business.
The new hires have almost 100 years of combined experience in engineering, most within financial market data.
Reluctance by firms to take risks on unknown entities means being acquired is the most viable route for startups to enter the information space and be a "game changer."
The new hires are designed to support ongoing growth at the vendor, in addition to other sales and account management hires made earlier this year.
The former Citi and Bloomberg exec will be responsible for product management at the startup.
Maclay says Fortinet's cyber security proposition tempted him away from data after 25 years.
License requirements, risk data aggregation are among the tasks being addressed using the 'sandbox'
The fine is the highest imposed by the SEC for violations relating to reporting of "blue sheet" data, which encompasses various types of trade data.
Harvey and Ruiz have backgrounds in bank technology operations management and fixed income e-trading.
Raw speed is no longer the differentiator it once was, forcing traders to consider datasets that deliver "smarter" sources of alpha.
Since being acquired, Fixnetix has added a raft of experienced sales executives to its team in New York, London and Tokyo.
The investment bank is looking to cut costs as it saw lower trading revenues in the fourth quarter, according to a Bloomberg report.
The vendor hopes that open-sourcing its technology will help expand its existing client base.
Buy-side firms in Asia are dealing with Increasingly complex asset classes, customer requirements and regulatory environments
Communications solution provider follows Advent and Citi Alternative Investor Services acquisitions.
Antlemann will support new and existing customers and provide quantitative support for DataLend's suite of applications
Sykes, a long-time kdb+ user in previous roles at banks, will help expand the tick database's use to new industries.
Maclay returns to West Highland after three years at Interactive Data and Social Market Analytics.