The firm sees benefits of making data available on the platform, which already hosts risk and P&L functions, as well as settlement and reporting applications.
New York-based Irene Kan, TD Securities' vice president, cross-asset, platform and architecture, wins this year's rising star (end-user) category at the Witad Awards.
The 26 category winners from this year's Women in Technology and Data Awards were announced on the afternoon of March 8 at a sit-down lunch in London.
Coming next September are the IM requirements for uncleared swaps. Neal says that without this system, “there is no way we would have been able to be flexible enough to be able to support things [that] we’re having to do for initial margin [calculations]…
Trading network adds banks to bring total dealer members to 24.
Wadden will be responsible for extracting value from TMX's data and using it to create analytics tools.
Desai has previously served at Thomson Reuters, TD Securities and TD Wealth Management.
Facets of value can be found in varied data operations issues
Components geared to managing data throughout a firm are gaining support from the right influencers
The ideal infrastructure of the future will include more cloud and better security, according to panelists at the North American Trading Architecture Summit.
Asked what type of data they might put onto a public cloud in two or three years that they aren’t putting on the cloud now, the members of an infrastructure modernization panel at the North American Trading Architecture Summit in New York couldn’t come…
Two themes emerged when C-level technologists on a panel at the Waters USA conference revealed what skills they will be looking for in jobseekers in 2014. The first was a shift from preferring specialist programmers and developers to those with a broader…
Tick data specialist OneMarketData recently conducted a survey about the use of social media in the investment community. The company’s director of solutions, Louis Lovas, revealed some of its findings this week to an audience at the Toronto Financial…
An emergency cash infusion has given Knight a chance to win back Wall Street's confidence.
Canadian firms and regulators are debating whether proposed risk management policy makes the country’s market incompatible with global standards. Michael Shashoua reports on the industry’s preparations
Inside Reference Data editor Michael Shashoua reported via Twitter from the Toronto Financial Information Summit on July 12, covering a panel discussion on the impact of changing regulation on data management and trading technology