A summary of some of the latest financial technology news.
Firms in Asia worry about unintended consequences of massive change to settlement cycle.
New pieces of technology, like Synapse, assist Citi in migrating clients to newer technologies, and newer ways to settle and clear more efficiently.
Anthony examines some of the biggest stories from the past year to preview what might be ahead.
Between tech revolutions, secret EMSs and electronified bonds, the fixed-income market saw major advancements over the last 12 months
The market data vendor plans to add more equities and futures exchanges in 2024.
While the data auditing process has been contentious for a long time, Max looks at some of the positive improvements made in 2023 and explains why more improvements need to be made in the New Year.
As firms prepare for T+1 in May 2024, DTCC’s Val Wotton says they should also consider the complexities for cross-border trades.
Deutsche Bank’s Mathew Kathayanat and Jie Yi Lee say that the implementation of digital identity management systems will help banks to get a handle on their AML/CTF monitoring needs.
Sources tell WatersTechnology that Aladdin Trader will expand on the platform’s ‘limited’ execution functionality.
The Australian exchange was the first exchange to be all-in on DLT—and the project failed. Anthony speaks with ASX’s Tim Whiteley to discuss the lessons learned and why he thinks the second attempt will succeed.
Operations professionals in Europe look across the pond for lessons in managing shorter settlement cycles.
Execs at TP Icap and Societe Generale say the identifier removes a major barrier for crypto acceptance.
The OEMS provider has purchased the Hong Kong-based PMS provider—but don’t say it’s solely a play for the buy side.
After the Chess disaster, ASX focuses on rebuilding confidence, while SGX continues investing in its derivatives business. Meanwhile, HKEx mulls data play.
RavenPack won the best ESG data provider category in this year’s Asia Awards.
APAC expansion and strong indices performance are stepping stones in the Chicago-based exchange’s development.
Buy-side firms see outsourced trading as a way to simplify their operating model, while custodians see an opportunity to sell bundled services.
Here are the 29 vendor and end-user category winners comprising the 4th annual WatersTechnology Asia Awards, announced on June 30.
DTCC’s Joseph Capablanca says that while T+1 will bring benefits to Asia investors, industry participants need to improve ‘behavioral processes’.
Data mapping and getting historical time series data are among the challenges banks face in conducting calculations necessary for FRTB. But they have help.