The pandemic has highlighted the need for greater automation, leaving some retail banks to embrace RPA, which could seep into the wholesale capital markets.
Former LGIM CDO Andrew Barnett has a vision for his new job as head of product strategy at Rimes Technologies.
An analysis of some of the major initiatives to improve corporate reporting of environmental, social and governance factors to help investors better price-in risks and opportunities and make meaningful comparisons of company performance.
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Fund managers, vendors and trade associations release joint paper on making distributed-ledger technology work for the buy side.
O'Donovan joins Rimes after a career in data management at the asset management arms of Legal & General, UBS and JP Morgan.
ETAS panel dismisses common perceptions about artificial intelligence and machine learning, asking for business cases to take off.
The buy side should embrace blockchain technology by joining forces, says Igor Lobanov, head of systems architecture at Legal & General.
Innovation was front and center at the European Trading Architecture Summit 2015 in London.
Business strategies must be able to leverage technologies with right attitudes in place, say senior panelists.
From case studies to special reports, a look at IBOR in 2014
Variety and volatility framed this year's tech developments
Inside Reference Data editor Michael Shashoua reported live via Twitter on the CDO end user panel from the European Financial Information Summit in London on September 16.
Shoring up the components of the data supply chain is proving key to producing golden copy data. This can mean standardization and centralization, or the careful federation and linking of operations tasks, as Michael Shashoua reports
The debate surrounding the investment book of record has moved to a new stage, with the release of a working group’s standards, and initiatives by the vendor community toward targeted products. Meanwhile, at two of the UK’s largest investment managers,…
While people, processes and technology are important for an effective means of coping with change at buy-side firms, cultural acceptance is the critical factor, said Paul Stevens, CIO at Legal & General Investment Management, during his keynote address…
Panelists at a breakfast briefing that covered the investment book of record (IBOR), hosted by Waters, debated the key aspects of the technology itself, saying that any IBOR system requires a layer of data governance in order to be successful.
The investment book of record, or IBOR, is becoming an attractive option for buy-side firms that want a more accurate view of their portfolio positions at the start of the trading day. Nicholas Hamilton explores the options available for firms looking to…
Diarmuid O'Donovan has joined Legal and General Investment Management as chief data officer, where he will be responsible for building a data management office
Panelists at the Buy-Side Technology European Summit 2013 in London this week debated the challenges associated with developing and deploying single platforms to support cross-asset trading operations. Some argued that smaller buy-side firms are better…
Data management and aggregation are perennial challenges for all market participants. But for buy-side firms, elements of these disciplines have crystallized into an Investment Book of Record—an overview combining position-level data, cash flows,…
Post-trade specialist Omgeo has announced that Legal & General Investment Management has selected its Central Trade Manager (CTM) software.