The partnership between the two major players in the buy-side technology space reflects the shift in how rivals do business.
Anthony brings in some guests to give predictions about what interoperability will look like over the next 12 months and what firms need to start preparing for today.
The Swiss bank’s asset management division has been working with Cosaic for a bit over a year, and has used Finsemble to automate heavy workflows in FX pricing, money market yields, and credit.
Anthony takes a look at some of the major projects that involved application interoperability from last year. The list includes feats by Goldman Sachs, BlackRock, Barclays, ICE, State Street, Refinitiv, and FactSet.
The new offering will provide flexibility for firms who want front-, middle-office staff, and clients to use the same analytics, but where vendor services would be prohibitive.
Anthony explores changing concept of a trading platform, and what that might mean for the future of tech development.
What if you could create your ideal, fully-functional application without writing a single line of code? With low-code and no-code platforms, you can—with a catch … or two, or three, or four.
Anthony Malakian examines how firms are racing to the cloud to roll out new market data services. He also looks at ChartIQ's name change, the regulatory reporting space, and Lazard's Covid-19 data rollout.
The move is intended to bridge clients' perception gap between its ChartIQ charting and Finsemble smart desktop integration businesses.
The bank and Charles River are planning the next phase of enhancements to the Alpha trading platform.
Having developed two separate product lines to showcase its charting and smart desktop integration offerings, ChartIQ is now bringing them closer together to solve client needs.
The integration will allow for efficiency gains and risk reduction for users of the Finsemble app interoperability platform and the Terminal.
A summary of the past week's financial technology news.
A summary of some of the past week’s financial technology news.
While progress was made in the desktop application interoperability space in the last year, Anthony Malakian says 2020 is likely to see some major developments that will help to push this movement forward.
The digital assistant is built on Symphony’s open-source technology and integrates with existing trader-dealer workflows.
Julie Armstrong takes her record in sales and business development to the Virginia-based vendor.
Citi is the first Series B strategic investor for ChartIQ's desktop integration platform.
Partnering with Electron opens up more possibilities for Finsemble users.
Sorenson's experience in driving product strategy for analytics applications will help ChartIQ accelerate its expansion.
The $17.4 million investment will drive growth across all areas of the company, officials say.
The interoperability platform will enable clients to have access to real-time data sharing and improve workflow collaboration.
Led by OpenFin, FDC3—which includes the likes of RBC, JPMorgan, AllianceBernstein, Citadel and Barclays—aims to create a common language for desktop app interoperability.
Waters Wavelength Podcast Episode 108: Dan Schleifer Talks About the Challenges of Creating a Fintech
ChartIQ's co-founder and CEO joins the podcast to give his insights—and lessons learned—as to how to create a startup geared toward the capital markets.