A look at some of the key People Moves from this week.
A summary of some of the past week's financial technology news.
A look at some of the key people moves from the past week, including Vicky Sanders (pictured).
Machine learning shows promise in grouping assets better and predicting regime shifts, say fund managers.
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.
While real blockchain rollouts are still few and far between, some firms made progress in 2019. Here are 18 projects in some stage of development.
A summary of some of the past week’s financial technology news
Max Bowie digs deep into how firms are making sure they classify data consumers correctly to avoid paying unnecessary fees.
During the most recent CFTC TAC meeting, members discussed interoperability issues, as well as quantum encryption concerns.
A look at some recent key people moves, including Kat Tatochenko (pictured), who joins MarketAxess.
The OS provider will focus on developing data visualization tools and prepping for the first wave of FDC3 standardized applications.
Also, a look at new hires for IHS Markit, UBS, TickSmith, BitGo and Amber Group.
A look at some recent key people moves, including Justin Klug (pictured), who joins Capitolis.
The threat of high-frequency traders have forced banks to spend big on tech.
The transition away from Libor is a mammoth task for the banking sector—one that the industry is increasingly finding itself woefully unprepared for. By Hamad Ali
WatersTechnology speaks with data specialists from all parts of the capital markets in an in-depth examination of deep learning's impact in finance.
Prop-trading veteran joins vendor to lead equities product.
Waters speaks with Credit Suisse's technology chief about her career, and how the Swiss bank is grappling with innovation in an era of emerging technologies.
Visconti will bring his 28 years of experience in technology, capital markets and exchange roles to help Vela grow its business by overseeing its technology strategy.
The algorithmic trading platform will now cover pricing for high-yield corporate bonds in addition to investment-grade bonds.
Forays into selling data have been slowed by concerns over confidentiality, internal battles over its use and clean-up work on the data itself. Risk.net's Faye Kilburn reports.
Bria, formerly head of client services for EBS at NEX Group, will help lead the trading venue's expansion.
The investment will fund new product capabilities as well as open opportunities for acquisitions.