A summary of some of the past week’s financial technology news.
The SEC has released a no-action letter, delaying deadlines for the Consolidated Audit Trail until at least mid-May.
Regulators around the world collect massive amounts of data, but Jo wonders if there’s any point to these efforts if they can’t use it?
The CAT is required to gather personal information, but the CAT NMS committee wants to use a masking method for security.
ICE Data Services says investors can access its reference data subscription later this year to build out their ESG strategies.
The SEC wants a single consolidated data plan to improve data latency and availability over the current consolidated tapes.
Robert Jackson dissented from a new proposed order to modernize exchange data.
A look at some the key "people moves" from last week, including Steve Bonanno (pictured), who joins Dash.
Sources say broker-dealers have not yet signed an agreement allowing them access to the test environment.
A look at some of the key people moves from the last week, including James Uzzalino, who joins Apteo.
Jo Wright says two recent cases have left industry participants worried that regulators are ruling by enforcement.
Jo says that enforcement cases against financial technology developers will have a chilling effect on the industry.
MayStreet has taken over the role of market data provider to the SEC's Midas data consolidationand market analysis platform.
Smart contract developers should not be responsible for violations of regulation perpetrated on the blockchain, says Katten special counsel.
A look at some recent key people moves, including Carlo Di Florio (pictured), who joins ACA.
At an SEC meeting Thursday, September 12, the regulator and association attempted to clarify the correct interpretations of guidance surrounding the new rule.
While still not a formal approval of new timelines, industry members should expect CAT deadlines to remain unchanged.
The delay pushes quarterly reporting requirements and reporting of self-routing activity to Jan. 1, 2020.
Few regulations around cryptocurrencies exist but institutional investors, already wary of fully entering the market, want countries to provide clear statements laying out how these new assets will be treated. By Emilia David
A look at some of the key "people moves" from 6/29-7/2, including Andres Choussy (pictured), who recently joined Baton.
As cloud computing becomes an ever more critical component of any modern financial technology infrastructure, cloud deals are coming under increased regulatory scrutiny.
A look at some of the key "people moves" from June 24-28, including Rob Hegarty, who joins DataRobot.
A look at some of the key "people moves" from June 17-21, including Emma Wheeler [pictured], who joins Pico.
Caspian's Chris Jenkins says the crypto space is still struggling to attract institutional clients, who want greater regulatory guidance.