Some banks have soured on quantum exploration. Others are playing a game of wait and see.
The chief data officer has become recognized as a key role in a financial firm’s ability to manage its data assets, and reduce costs and risk. So why is it also so notoriously short-lived?
A summary of the latest financial technology news.
Building a startup is hard. Building a blockchain startup is harder. More than 10 current and former financial blockchain builders and users detail their experiences of trying to cut their teeth on a once-darling tech, and the lessons they’re still learning from it.
The Canadian bank has significantly improved the time it takes to run XVA calculations, and has big plans to further expand its XVA cloud GPU program.
ORd brings more than 25 years in data management and technology engineering to the role overseeing the pension fund's enterprise data operations.
Panelists at the recent Toronto Financial Information Summit outline the key opportunities and challenges for machine learning and artificial intelligence in the financial markets.
Turning to organizing measures like collaboration, ‘microdata’ and application of standards can help manage a deep source of information.
Working with data, whether for compliance, following standards or performing analysis, relies on a common approach
Firms addressing data systems customized based on jurisdictional rules, along with varied business practices
The path for the legal entity identifier to reach its administrator’s goal of 1.5 million registrations must be paved collaboratively with the industry that carries out the work of registering. Michael sees GLEIF, the administering foundation, as gaining…
The importance of data governance is gaining recognition, making collaboration and leadership more important -- and more challenging
Effective plans require coordinating vendor management, ownership, sourcing and proactive actions
Michael Zerbs, Scotiabank's co-head of information technology, discusses how to tackle what he describes as a Swiss Army Knife.
Opening the lines of communication is the answer to questions around effecting regulatory evolution and getting regulatory aid.
Brian Porter, president and CEO of Scotiabank, makes announcement during keynote address at university.
One of the hottest trends in the industry is one that's been around for a while: analytics.
The Toronto-based bank will spend over $1.5 million to create the Scotiabank Centre for Customer Analytics at Smith School of Business at Queen's University.
Dan looks at the wave of innovation labs popping up across the industry and points to one example as a great combination of technology and business.
Ignacio ‘Nacho' Deschamps talks with Dan DeFrancesco about his new role aimed at helping the Canadian bank with its digital transformation.
Pursuing the ideal reference data utility: Best responses to business drivers and management complexities
Six panelists discuss the future of utilities such as SPReD for reference data.
An Inside Reference Data special report covering aspects of data governance, including EDM and MDM methods.
Master data management could fit together with enterprise data management to shore up the weaknesses of that approach