As augmented reality and virtual reality devices become more accessible, financial institutions are seeing the technology’s potential to overhaul how their staff communicate and bring data to life in ways that simply weren’t possible before. But projects…
ACX is designed to allow easier access to market data for business users and quants.
Survey finds 90 percent of firms expect to use public clouds for their market data needs within four years.
As IT systems are buckling under the pressure of modern day trading volumes and regulatory requirements, some firms are turning to AI to predict and minimize outages.
Financial firms battle it out in a finite pool of talent, for the best and brightest fintech minds.
At the WatersTechnology North American Financial information Summit, Facebook’s Stephen Harris said data can help in identifying and understanding convergence opportunities.
As the field of AI expands across the capital markets, should developers be required to take social science classes? Emilia David examines.
Wavelength Podcast Episode 118: CAT ‘State of the Union’, RTS 27 & 28 Concerns, The ‘Big Tech’ Dilemma
Anthony and James discuss some of the big stories to come out of TradeTech Europe and then three legal experts look at how the SEC has been quiet about the CAT.
Tech giant has no immediate plans to enter the space outside of its role as a service provider, despite uneasy conference chatter.
Dhot previously spent seven years in data analytics roles at Canadian bank CIBC.
Waters examines how this recent wave of consolidation is different than previous periods of contraction.
“We need to seriously rethink encryption and seriously rethink things that rely on encryption, like blockchain. Anything that is heavily dependent on complexity needs to be reconsidered in a quantum world.”
Looking back at the big technology talking points In the past year.
While asset management doesn’t have anywhere near the same level of regulatory oversight as investment banking or consumer retail banking, the winds of change are blowing.
John reviews SST’s biggest stories of the last week, including Goldman Sachs, new research technologies, and the latest M&A activity.
Goldman Sachs' Joanne Hannaford explains how the bank borrowed innovative data techniques from firms like Google and Amazon to help shape its data management strategy.
Anthony and James look at developments pertaining to the Consolidated Audit Trail and wonder if big-tech companies could challenge traditional asset managers.
Asset managers could find themselves disrupted by technology companies in the near future, a study finds.
Championing the rise of ‘informatics,’ new startup Crux aims to take tedious data processing off firms’ plates, freeing them up to focus on adding value. Max Bowie reports on this small company with some big names at the helm.
While much of the talk about machine-learning technology in capital markets is overblown, there’s no question that these tools are set to become increasingly prevalent over the coming years. Anthony Malakian takes stock of where the industry stands based…
Anthony Malakian looks at a dozen live projects in the capital markets that use machine-learning tools to improve front-, middle-, and back-office processes.
Swiss banking giant focuses on intelligent machines for advisory over distributed-ledger projects
Traditional computers as we know them are reaching a fundamental barrier where they will not be able to solve certain problems or go any faster—enter quantum computing.