The exchange’s CEO and COO discuss its matching engine, Intel partnership, cloud strategy and plans for the future.
WatersTechnology looks at 16 projects in the capital markets that involve machine learning to show where the industry is heading.
Sources say broker-dealers have not yet signed an agreement allowing them access to the test environment.
A summary of some of the past week's financial technology news.
The regulator's goal is to decrease the back and forth during reporting and predict misreporting.
The vendor will be providing more data capture and processing services for the CAT than when originally selected as part of Thesys Technologies' failed CAT offering.
The technology giant is carrying out pilots on an Azure-based service for the SEC's CAT that will be ready for use within six weeks.
A look at some recent key people moves, including Carlo Di Florio (pictured), who joins ACA.
Industry members are also being asked to focus on large-volume trades for December’s deadline.
While still not a formal approval of new timelines, industry members should expect CAT deadlines to remain unchanged.
Finra CAT will lean heavily on AWS to help ensure that the database is secure.
Also, a look at new hires for IHS Markit, UBS, TickSmith, BitGo and Amber Group.
The regulator already uses machine learning to identify spoofing and layering activities.
Finra and the SEC are working on identifiers that mask personally identifiable information.
The plan will lay out a common process to move accounts if a broker-dealer falls into difficulties.
Under new plan, industry participants will begin reporting equities in April, with testing to commence in December.
A look at what's to come at FIA Boca; Finra was named the CAT plan processor; a Waters magazine relaunch.
Technical specifications will remain the same even as the committee works on finding a new database operator.
WatersTechnology investigates the torturous journey to create a stock-trading database for the US, and where the project goes from here.
US Consolidated Audit Trail consortium fires database processor in shock move.
The expanded data collection efforts are a response to changes in fixed income trading practices and increased volatility.
There were no major hiccups when the CAT was rolled-out to SROs on November 15 but it is still not ready for full industry implementation.
The Consolidated Audit Trail will begin receiving reports on November 15, a year after it was supposed to start.
Increasingly sophisticated schemes are targeting firms and individuals, watchdogs say.