For decades, market data platforms have been critical components of financial firms’ trading infrastructures. But with changing user needs and emerging technologies gaining ground, will the platforms of the past be replaced by upstart challengers—or can…
A look at some of the key "people moves" from this week, including Julian Elliot (pictured), who joins Integral as senior product officer.
A look at some of the key people moves from this week, including Caroline O'Shaughnessy (pictured), who joins Charles River Development as Emea head.
Project led by Societe Generale that uses privacy-enhancing technologies to solve data management issues hopes to sign up five banks and launch as a legal entity.
Anthony looks at what he thinks will be the biggest topics during the last quarter of 2021.
Bloomberg has fended off rivals to its business for years but Jo believes a more credible threat may be emerging.
A look at some of the key "people moves" from this week, including Devi Shanmugham (pictured), who joins Tradeweb as global head of compliance.
A look at some of the key "people moves" from this week, including Paul Flanagan (pictured), who joins Theta as strategic sales advisor.
High-frequency data such as human mobility data and plastic shipments can help investment professionals understand the post-pandemic economic reopening.
A look at some of the key "people moves" from this week, including Winnie Chen (pictured), who joins BNY Mellon as APAC head of treasury services.
After seven years and half a billion dollars in funding, Symphony has made strides but arguably has not delivered the “big win” of living up to its early hype as a Bloomberg-killer. Max asks how long its investors will continue to back the venture,…
Broadway will look to build out its fixed income trading workflows, grow its as-a-service offering, lean into the low-code movement, while considering new asset classes to expand into—all while once again competing with Ion.
A look at some of the key people moves from the past week, including Tracy Clarke (pictured), who joins Acin as non-executive director and strategic consultant.
Socially responsible investors are putting their money where their mouth is—in ever-increasing amounts. With insatiable demand for new datasets and analytics to support these strategies, it’s not surprising that every data vendor wants a slice of the ESG…
Increasingly, exchanges are trying to get closer to their customers, in a bid to better understand how they use market data. This move may come at the expense of data vendors that are being gradually squeezed out of the exchange-client relationship.
A look at some of the key people moves from the past week, including Nicolas Aguzin (pictured), who joins HKEx as its new CEO.
A look at some of the key people moves from this week, including Brad Levy (pictured), who will take the reins at communications platform Symphony in June, after joining the vendor in July last year.
Anthony takes a look at some of the major projects that involved application interoperability from last year. The list includes feats by Goldman Sachs, BlackRock, Barclays, ICE, State Street, Refinitiv, and FactSet.
As the “vast majority” of customers are shifting to the cloud, Refinitiv is looking to broaden its own cloud capabilities to help customers with their transitions.
Anthony explores changing concept of a trading platform, and what that might mean for the future of tech development.
Because of its acquisition and subsequent rebrand, Refinitiv is being forced to change instances of its old branding that remain embedded in many of its APIs. This might sound like a simple change, but end-users are worried that it could be a costly fix.
Anthony explores some of the questions raised by Refinitiv's plan to move away from Eikon and Thomson One. He also looks at data governance trends, and asks why the FIGI is having such a tough time gaining acceptance.
The new platform is first being targeted at advisors and wealth managers, and will eventually be available for traders, analysts, portfolio managers, quants, and developers.
Keen to trim the resources they expend on interpreting licenses, investment firms are exploring how they can turn data agreements into machine-readable code. Doing so is fraught with challenges.