The bank will look to enhance existing capabilities and potentially introduce new solutions with Google’s help.
Jo writes that the EU’s new digital package could find large cloud providers operating in the bloc subject to potentially invasive oversight, as the EU strives for “data sovereignty”.
The Paris-based bank has developed a coding environment to help democratize tech development, and is exploring virtualization.
A look at some of the key people moves from this week, including Derek White (pictured), who has been appointed vice president of global financial services at Google.
The company is launching a new workbench in Q4, along with other prototypes and new accelerators.
Anthony explores how Snowflake is trying to win over business in the cap markets, talks about the reference data space, and examines a new breed of data vendors.
Snowflake is already working with the New York Stock Exchange on how to make its data easier to access for the pair’s overlapping clients.
Due to the pandemic and rapid advancements in the fields of AI and mobile technology, regulators in the US and Europe have unique challenges on their hands.
The unit is combining foot-traffic data and proprietary datasets derived from hospitals to develop a better understanding of outbreaks and predict a timeline for recovery.
Anthony looks at what's become of NEX since the CME acquisition, as well as discussions over odd lot reform and S&P's Kensho implementation.
As exchanges partner with cloud providers to move more functions to the cloud, Anthony wonders if these partnerships could become competitive in the future.
Cloud providers are hunting for a way to bring multicasting to the cloud for low-latency market data distribution, unlocking the gateway for traditional exchanges to shift core infrastructure to the cloud without negatively impacting high-speed trading.
The concept of on-demand data isn’t new, but the technology required to make it a reality is now emerging. Max asks whether data providers have the vision and will to make it happen.
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.
A look at some of the key "people moves" from this week, including Yolande Piazza (pictured) who has been appointed vice president at Google Cloud.
The financial information giant launched a recent blueprint, Covid-19 Timelapse, a dashboard that tracks the pandemic's impact on individuals, industries, and regions.
Infusive Asset Management is blending traditional and alternative datasets to find companies and services that bring “joy” to consumers.
The initiative will make all of Nasdaq's market data available to potential clients via APIs in Amazon Web Services' cloud, as an alternative to its traditional feed and file delivery options.
After a decade of supercharging low-latency applications, Wei-Shen Wong explores how FPGAs are pushing into new areas of the capital markets, driven by interest in AI & ML.
The evolution of natural language processing is rapidly progressing. Jo Wright takes a look at BERT, one of the more game-changing innovations that is helping to transform the field of machine learning in the capital markets.
A summary of some of the past week's financial technology news.
“The errors made by humans and robots are different,” says Leda Braga
UK regulators have proposed new laws to clamp down on operational resilience and third-party risk, pushing fintechs to put some skin in the game.