A summary of some of the past week’s financial technology news.
A summary of some of the past week's financial technology news.
A summary of some of the past week’s financial technology news
SimCorp won the best client reporting platform category at this year's BST Awards. Victor Anderson speaks to SimCorp's Ian Rees about the factors that led to Coric winning this category for the second time in three years.
WatersTechnology spent three months examining Fidessa to see what has transpired inside the vendor since the Ion acquisition. During a period of great change, a lot of questions—and worry—remain.
The vendor is also experimenting with machine learning to help the buy-side sift through the vast amount of unstructured alternatives investment data.
The EMS provider is looking to build out its suite of solutions for the buy side, including a new algo wheel and visualization tools.
The Danish vendor is looking to partner with fintechs to allow for buy-side firms to benefit from minimal integrations and to reduce contractual barriers.
Industry experts voice concerns regarding the drafting of the regulation and the length of time to prepare, particularly as firms are still waiting on guidelines to be published.
US mortgage financing enterprise hopes to transition to a new digital system for its multi-family loans mortgage book in 12 to 15 months.
A look at some of the key "people moves" from July 22-26, including Amara Goeree (pictured), who joins Apex.
Third-party partners and clients to begin testing SFTR messaging and connectivity to its Global Trade Repository in two months.
Kromann will oversee global sales and marketing for SimCorp.
While the initial go-live date of SFTR is set for early 2020, data availability and legacy processes remain the leading roadblocks.
SimCorp delivers four releases a year to keep pace with client demand and the evolving buy-side market.
Robotics’ promise to revolutionize operations by automating tasks and accelerating processes is hitting implementation roadblocks.
The age-old problem of achieving straight through processing remains a challenge for some buy-side firms today. But time is running out.