Waters Wavelength Podcast Episode 103: Mifid II is Now Law; How to Apply for the Women in Data & Tech Awards
Anthony and James take a look back on the week that was in Mifid II and give insights on how best to apply for the Women in Data & Tech Awards.
From regulation to AI-driven solutions to quantum computing for the financial industry, Wei-Shen Wong looks back on what made headlines in the region in 2017.
John takes a look at some of 2017's key trends, including regulation, cybersecurity and artificial intelligence.
The exchange expects to release the proposed timing for transition for market feedback by the end of March 2018.
Wei-Shen Wong joins the podcast to discuss some of the major trends affecting the APAC marketplace. They also examine Xavier Rolet's leave and Nasdaq's bitcoin futures play.
Europe’s top markets cop talks to Waters about Mifid II and III, Brexit, no-action letters, clearinghouses and the regulator’s future.
The certification—a requirement for vendors wanting to sell technology into China—is an important step in the low-latency switch vendor’s plans to further its expansion in Asia
The London Stock Exchange Group is working with APRI Systems to issue and maintain Legal Entity Identifiers in Australia and southeast Asia.
The funds will be used to add new features to the research marketplace and support further international expansion.
The solution will help Saigon Securities build liquidity of its covered warrant products, and allow it to deal with the complexities around T+2 settlement.
Investment selections will still be overseen by human managers before trades are executed.
As cryptocurrencies gain interest from investors around the globe, Wei-Shen Wong examines the splintered Asian marketplace to see how regulators are adopting different strategies when it comes to overseeing these complex instruments.
Lansdowne will help the vendor expand in Europe and Asia, where it has identified growth opportunities, officials say.
This week Anthony and James discuss some of the major stories to come out of three major conferences.
Enterprise platform will allow bank to onboard clients more efficiently; reduce costs.
The pair will be tasked with growing Symphony's business across North and South Asia.
Compliance Solutions Strategies reveals plans to boost presence in Asia and target acquisitions.
Former LSEG tech exec joins London-based vendor as chief operating officer.
Wei-Shen Wong talks to Anthony about quantum computing, and then James and Anthony talk about the pairing of IBORs with blockchains. They end things by talking about Game of Thrones and the Mayweather-McGregor fight.
With large numbers of firms still unprepared for many aspects of MiFID II, Max questions whether the laggards—whatever their motives—are ready for the impact of non-compliance on their business.
The countdown to Jan. 3, 2018, when MiFID II will take effect, is starting to sound like the ominous ticking of a time bomb. Many details of the regulation have been available for some time, yet as the clock ticks down, questions still remain over…
The deal expands HFN's existing Metcom deal, leveraging Epsilon's global cloud capabilities to allow local network access in Europe and Asia.
The private banking and asset management group will implement Wolters Kluwer’s OneSumX solution
Emilia David fills in for Anthony Malakian to discuss fintech and Brexit with James Rundle, followed by a Game of Thrones recap.