The fintech "revolution" of the past few years is looking less like it will displace traditional finance, and more like it will join it.
This week Anthony and James discuss some of the major stories to come out of three major conferences.
The wide-ranging project will not be delayed, even if aspects of its data collection change.
The key themes from this year's industry mega-event.
While at Sibos Toronto, James shares some interviews covering topics on blockchain, fintechs and cybersecurity.
Consortia and bank experts say that the technology is ready to move from theory and pilot projects into full production environments next year.
Vendor signs deal with CLSA in Japan and plans to displace incumbent platform.
Blockchain firm is looking at deploying its Ethereum-based technology into corporate actions.
Event season is in full swing and John recaps some of Sell-Side Technology's best stories of the week.
Elements of the market consider capitalizing on the momentum gained after its recent T+2 move.
After a rocky finish to 2016, the London-headquartered fintech firm appears to have stabilized and is looking to the future.
Trade Information Warehouse will go live with new blockchain-based system late next year.
Hostile governments are actively attacking banks in US and allies as criminal gangs gain access to nation-state tools.
Legacy concerns and spiraling costs are making robotic process automation technology increasingly unappealing for big banks.
One-size-fits-all approach inappropriate, and interoperability is key, blockchain trial report finds.
The new piece of technology aims to tackle issue of erroneous trades at the source.
Market participants are also concerned about the industry's ability to introduce changes such as instant settlement.
A preview of next week's conference agenda for Buy-Side Technology's flagship event.
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