A summary of some of the past week’s financial technology news.
Nasdaq’s new Data Fabric managed data infrastructure service presents an opportunity for firms to outsource many elements of their market data platforms to the exchange. But making it possible—and also driving innovations at other data providers designed…
Increasingly, exchanges are trying to get closer to their customers, in a bid to better understand how they use market data. This move may come at the expense of data vendors that are being gradually squeezed out of the exchange-client relationship.
A summary of some of the past week’s financial technology news
In his new role, trading technology veteran Chris Evans will help lead Web Financial’s expansion into North America.
The new distributors will market Nasdaq's data to investors in Asia Pacific seeking exposure to US markets.
Asian investment bank adopts IRESS platforms for direct trading to the Singapore Exchange.
The vendor hopes to offer UK investors an alternative to traditional investors
The LSE exits the data terminal business after buying Proquote 12 years ago.
Acquisitions of Proquote and Pulse Software Systems expands IRESS' presence in the UK capital markets.
IRESS will integrate support for the APX market into its well recognized institutional and wealth management platforms.
Systems provider Iress has announced the integration of Markit's transaction-cost analysis (TCA) offering within its order-system suite.
UPDATE: Canadian Data Vets Found CFSI Advisory, Development Firm; Win Activ Canadian Distribution Deal
Toronto-based startup Collaborative Financial Services Inc, a provider of services that include business development consulting for companies seeking to enter the Canadian market, and an ecosystem of integrated partner products and development…
Australia-headquartered data and trading technology provider Iress Market Technology last week announced the departure of two senior executives at its subsidiaries in Canada and South Africa.
Australia is about as far as you can get from the financial centers of New York, Chicago and London. But that isn’t stopping Antipodean entrepreneurs from setting their sights further afield.