A summary of some of the past week’s financial technology news
Catch up on some of the past week's financial technology news.
A summary of some of the past week's financial technology news.
Josephine Gallagher explores some of the real-life applications of homomorphic encryption in development and the main roadblocks to its adoption.
Sibos 2019 was a significant event for SmartStream Technologies, marking the official launch of SmartStream Air, the firm’s cloud-native, AI-enabled reconciliations platform that is set to shake up the reconciliations industry. Victor Anderson caught up…
As more financial institutions are starting to expand their usage of AI, they are turning to the cloud to help scale up. However, there are things to consider before doing so. Wei-Shen Wong examines.
As passive strategies and fee compression cut into active returns, buy-side firms are turning to internally generated data.
An examination of the ‘data translator’ role and how it can help forward a firm’s data agenda.
A look at some of the key "people moves" from the week of Sept. 9 to Sept. 13.
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.
A look at some recent key people moves, including Justin Klug (pictured), who joins Capitolis.
Quants are embracing the idea of ‘model-free’ pricing and deep hedging.
A look at how banks, vendors & colleges are partnering to solve finance problems using quantum science.
A look at some of the key "people moves" from 6/29-7/2, including Andres Choussy (pictured), who recently joined Baton.
The initiative is part of JP Morgan’s plan to harmonize its internal systems.
The threat of high-frequency traders have forced banks to spend big on tech.
A look at some of the key "people moves" from the past week.
Marc Mercuri of Microsoft explains where the tech giant sees room for blockchain solutions in the future.
Kate Gunning and Andrea Ledford will be based in New York.
Simonian, formerly head of quantitative research at Natixis, will produce research and advise for clients.
These new models sidestep Black-Scholes and could slash hedging costs for some derivatives by up to 80%.