The average FX professional uses eight applications at any one time. But integrating the FX workflow is a daunting task.
CEO: “In 2023, as we’re entering 2024, there are still clients that pick up the phone and do trades like it’s 1994.”
PM <GO> is a new workstation meant to support buy-side decision-making from analysis to implementation.
Refinitiv’s PermID framework was conceived as a proprietary tool to address an internal challenge around identifying objects in the firm’s information model. Once it had proved its worth, it was rolled out to the firm’s clients to significant success.
With Acadia integration now complete, exchange group signals next steps in its Microsoft tie-up and announces launch of new FX matching platform later this year
Amazon, Google, IBM and Microsoft aren't just cloud providers anymore—and their tentacles are going to spread deep into trading systems going forward.
Anthony takes a look at the desktop application interoperability space—how we got here and where he thinks it's going.
Six months on from its Microsoft tie-up, LSEG is optimistic about creating a trusted directory for the financial services industry. But it has competition.
The exchange operator announced its intention to acquire the software firm, which combines AxiomSL and Calypso, in a deal that amounts to its largest acquisition to date.
Experts think cloud services, data providers and software firms are all in regulators’ sights.
There are several ways to migrate an old legacy system to the cloud, but there's always a trade-off.
Product: Refinitiv Real-Time–Optimized
Product: Refinitiv Low-Latency Solutions
With exchanges such as Cboe, Nasdaq, LSEG, and ICE leading the pack of exchanges that double as technology companies, the German exchange is playing catch up with its proposed offer for buy-side tech vendor SimCorp.
Demand for alternative data continues to grow among investment firms. So why are some alt data providers taking products off the market?
Capital markets are no strangers to hype machines. Among the buzz around generative AI, Nyela wonders who will be best suited to take advantage of the technology and deliver the right use cases to Wall Street.
A new study finds that asset managers are paying several times more than their peers for the same services—but why? And can it be fixed? Does it need to be?
Recent actions against Bloomberg and Ice for violations relating to evaluated pricing services suggest the US regulator may be setting the stage for stricter regulations to govern the sector.
While there weren’t many headline-grabbing acquisitions in 2022, the year contained a handful of deals that point to expanding trends in the exchange technology industry.
Once wary of the cloud, financial firms, their suppliers and the marketplaces where they trade are openly embracing it. And there are more signs of big tech firms accelerating buy-in by literally buying in to clients’ migration projects.
Following LSEG’s partnership with Microsoft, Anthony talks with some industry participants to explore what this might mean for exchange tech going forward.
A small number of exchanges have joined the Pyth Network. Nyela wonders whether the on-chain data distribution model fits in with the swift rise of data marketplaces.
Rishi Nangalia and Nilesh Nanavati, founding partners of advisory firm OpCo, say that while consortium projects are popular in the capital markets, most fail to get off the ground. Can that be prevented?
EBS and Refinitiv fight to restore market share—but bilateral trading may be too entrenched, dealers say