A summary of some of the past week's financial technology news.
Adhering to old-fashioned, siloed data management practices can be costly and inhibit firms' ability to use data to support innovation.
Increased openness to foreign engagement with financial data emerges
TLM OnDemand for reconciliations is the software-as-a-service version of SmartStream's reconciliations technology.
Japanese asset manager to roll out VRS across its global operations for reporting requirements.
In Japan and other Asian markets, enterprise data management is gaining traction as firms start to reap benefits from putting it into practice. Michael Shashoua hears from industry practitioners and providers about this trend
Financial firms and their service providers look for ways to strike a balance between centralization and localization of reference data to attain benefits of centralizing despite barriers of local market differences in data
Panelists at the Tokyo Financial Information Summit found that getting accurate prices in emerging markets depends on collaboration to determine what factors are determining prices and how
Foreign data vendors should heed centralization challenges when trying to enter the Japanese market