A look at some of the key "people moves" from this week, including Heidi Lanford (pictured), who has been appointed chief data officer at Fitch Group.
A summary of some of the past week's financial technology news.
The cloud proved to be a saving grace for financial services firms that moved to agile environments even before Covid-19 hit. But there are still appreciable numbers of firms that continue to rely on—and are hamstrung by—legacy and in-house-deployed…
The vendor will add trading position flow and risk calculations to the platform this year, as it continues to integrate functions from recent acquisition Percentile.
If the HKEx–LSEG merger goes through, the LSEG–Refinitiv deal would be scrapped, creating an interesting ripple effect.
What does the bourse’s planned purchase of the data giant mean for clients and the industry going forward?
Torstone will add a risk management component to its post-trade platform through its acquisition of the vendor.
The middle- and back-office infrastructure will manage multi-asset post-trade operations and enable scalability.
Common business practices among Nordic coutries may mean the region is better placed to handle the data management aspects of new regulations.
Vendor signs deal with CLSA in Japan and plans to displace incumbent platform.
The bank will use Torstone Technology’s Inferno to comply with regulatory reporting requirements in Japan.
Former LSEG tech exec joins London-based vendor as chief operating officer.
Torstone’s InfernoRC module will be used to meet MiFID II’s transaction reporting requirements.
UK-based N+1 Singer selects Torstone’s InfernoRC module to comply with transaction reporting requirements under MiFID II.
The firm joins Torstone's Asian client base, as the vendor continues to expand its presence in the region.
Torstone's transaction reporting clients can now send data to the London Stock Exchange's Approved Reporting Mechanism for MiFIR compliance.
Appointment is part of company's continued expansion in Asia
Standalone implementation of sub-ledger module by Dutch market maker represents duo of firsts for Torstone Technology.
Japanese bank switches platform for Hong Kong investment arm.
Module designed to meet demand for offshore products among US domestic clients seeking diversification.
Consolidating multiple in-house systems to a unified back-office platform was key for Panmure Gordon.