What do Liquidnet and Trading Technologies (and others) have in common? Anthony explains. He also discusses advancement—and disillusionment—in the quantum space.
Anthony explores how Snowflake is trying to win over business in the cap markets, talks about the reference data space, and examines a new breed of data vendors.
The company's Investment Analytics unit is the combination of OTAS, Prattle, and RSRCHXchange deals.
A look at some of the key people moves from this week, including Simon Maughan (pictured), who joins Liquidnet as head of Trading Alpha.
WatersTechnology looks at 16 projects in the capital markets that involve machine learning to show where the industry is heading.
The venue operator is building its own container to house current and future algorithmic offerings.
Structure of Asian markets means new tool has to roll out later than Europe or the US, but will incorporate feedback from those regions.
Discovery represents the first integration of OTAS' technology after last year’s acquisition.
Led by OpenFin, FDC3—which includes the likes of RBC, JPMorgan, AllianceBernstein, Citadel and Barclays—aims to create a common language for desktop app interoperability.
One asset manager is about to go live on the joint solution, which marks another major partnership by Eze with a third party this year.
The European Commission and the wider industry are turning their eyes to post-trade practices
Vendor follows up OTAS deal with another agreement to incorporate third-party analytics
Integration will support buy side's best execution requirements under European regulations.
Certain advancements are leading to more collaborative efforts between vendors. At the same time, M&A in the analytics space is still red hot. Anthony sorts through what this means for the industry moving forward.
Adam Sussman joins Anthony Malakian to talk about Liquidnet's acquisition of OTAS, machine learning and AI, and what the buy side wants from analytics platforms.
The trading network adds OTAS' analytics system to its buy-side trading platform.
OTAS analytics will be folded into Liquidnet’s VHT platform to “deliver market context directly to the trader at the point of execution.”
Robert Keller, executive managing director of product management and development at Eze Software, talks to WatersTechnology about the vendor's latest partnership.
Waters examines how natural language processing and natural language generation tools are being used on Wall Street
OTAS adds real-time alerts to Lingo product suite to help traders capture risk and act accordingly.
Market analytics and trader intelligence provider adds ExtractAlpha's quantitative models.
ExtractAlpha's models help investors to optimize execution entry and exit points, and to avoid crowded trades.
The addition of Wall Street Horizon's earnings, dividend, expiration and investor conference date information will allow OTAS' clients to make faster decisions.
In April, OTAS unveiled Lingo for Microstructure, a new extension of its existing natural language reporting technology.