A summary of some of the past week’s financial technology news.
WatersTechnology looks at more than 20 cloud-based projects and initiatives to see how banks, asset managers and vendors are embracing public providers, and the inherent problems involved.
A look at some of the key "people moves" over the last week, including Ryan Gwin (pictured), who joins MarketAxess.
The digital assistant is built on Symphony’s open-source technology and integrates with existing trader-dealer workflows.
Moving to the public cloud is not as simple as flipping a switch. Anthony Malakian speaks with early public cloud adopters to find out some of the lessons they’ve learned along the way.
Vendor embarks on new strategy with Graystone Asset Management as its first client on the platform.
Development of machine learning and natural-language processing is now turning to languages other than English to keep a better eye on traders and the market. But how easy is it to teach a machine a new tongue?
As interest in cryptocurrency trading refuses to wither, despite a bearish year, traders are increasingly calling for institutional-grade tooling from traditional markets to further develop the asset class.
CoinFLEX users will be able to use trading tools provided by Trading Technologies.
Also: A look at Sibos 2018 and an examination of the alternative data marketplace.
Also: Trading Technologies is developing an OMS for the sell side and Orbital Insight is embracing a platform-as-a-service model.
TT OMS will consolidate existing order and execution management workflows into a single screen, delivered on a software-as-a-service basis.
Kraines will bring his more than 25 years of experience to help the vendor grow and leverage sales opportunities.
The release of professional-grade services by the largest digital currency exchange demonstrates a breathless pace of growth that may be masking wider issues with the nascent asset class, traders suggest.
As the field of AI expands across the capital markets, should developers be required to take social science classes? Emilia David examines.
An expanding use of artificial intelligence is taking over surveillance practices, but some believe there are limits to what can be achieved.
As the sell side hesitates, advanced principal trading shops are getting in on the crypto craze in a big way.
Chicago vendor touts move away from screens—sort of—and into infrastructure and analytics.
Firm’s technology will allow trading in spot, futures, options, and eventually equity instruments for cryptocurrencies.
Bitcoin conquered the world in 2017, but the performance of the futures looks like it will have to wait longer for take-off.
Chicago-based vendor has partnered with crypto exchange GDAX to offer spot and derivatives trading technology.
Market participants say much remains to be done as Europe debuts new rules.
James and Anthony talk about the looming Sibos event in Toronto and take a look at some recent M&A activity and blockchain developments in the capital markets.
Because the bitcoin party is definitely not going to stop and catch fire.