Waters examines some of the most important events in financial technology of the past 25 years.
While waiting for the regulators’ final word on SFTR’s technical specifications, SFT market participants and counterparties are planning their compliance strategies amid concern that the regulation goes too far in its goal to bring shadow banking into…
JPMorgan Asset and Wealth Management's CIO brings the pace of the trading floor to asset management.
JPMorgan Asset and Wealth Management (AWM) CIO Mike Urciuoli wins this year’s best technology executive (buy side) award, commanding a technology budget of over $1 billion. After taking the reins at AWM in 2014, Urciuoli embarked on a period of radical…
Chau brings more than 15 years' experience of indexes, exchange-traded funds and structured products to his new role, including stints at two major rival index providers.
The data and trading technology management veteran returns to the firm where he spent 11 years earlier in his career.
Watson has spent more than 30 years selling market data and trading floor technologies and services.
Christoph Boschan on mixing finance with law, Mifid II's flaws, and how Wiener Borse is avoiding a "massive technology trap."
Former Lehman Brothers and Nomura exec joins Saxo to oversee bank’s IT strategic direction and operations.
Tim Bourgaize Murray catches up with Tobam's chief for the July Waters Profile.
Data vet has spent the past 20 years working at consultancies and banks.
Former head of Barclays Capital's US electronic trading technology division will be based in New York.
Waters USA coverage leads the week on Sell-Side Technology.
The growth private equity specialists have acquired separate minority stakes in BATS Global Markets, the world's third-largest exchange operator, the sum of which was previously held by Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc.
Ex-NYSE Technologies head of sales Tim Yockel has joined Options, a provider of infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS), as senior vice president of global sales.
US regulators come under repeated pressure from the industry and their fellow agencies.
Steve O'Hanlon moved from startup to startup before settling at the analytics provider, which he has helped guide to great growth and a new frontier in risk.
Many aspects of buy-side technology and operations have had to grow up fast following the collapse of Lehman Brothers. Collateral management, for many firms a low-priority function entrusted to Excel spreadsheets before the credit crunch, is the stand…