A look at some of the key "people moves" from the past week, including Leon Stavrou (pictured), who's been promoted to head of business in Australia and New Zealand at Northern Trust.
A look at some of the key "people moves" from this week, including Linda Huber (pictured), who joins FactSet as chief financial officer.
The exchange group has completed the multi-year program aimed at standardizing data capture and message delivery using the ISO format.
As efforts continue to shorten the settlement cycle for US securities to T+1, market participants in Asia worry about the potential implications.
HKEx is looking to leverage smart contracts for its Synapse platform. Sell-side participants are generally positive as to the reasoning behind the build, but observers warn the ambitious project still has challenges to overcome.
A summary of some of the past week’s financial technology news
Industry groups and tech experts are worried that proposed last-minute changes will introduce new risks.
PineBridge Investments uses economic and time-series data analytics provider Macrobond Financial to better its economics research, which supports its portfolio managers and the firm’s overall investment thesis.
Testing on the new DLT-based platform will begin in July. The Aussie exchange is also making progress on its DataSphere project and has addressed ASX Trade after an outage last year, according to the company’s CEO.
WatersTechnology looks at some of the major projects coming out of Asia that are leading the way for firms around the globe.
Anthony wonders if AML platforms are being scrutinized enough by banks and regulators, then looks at Wells Fargo's tapping of HPR for its quant division and Northern Trust’s blockchain plans.
Technologies meant to detect and stop financial crime may add more headaches than they relieve. Others say that the best tech can't overcome how bankers use these tools. The AML dilemma likely falls somewhere in the middle.
In 2016, Anthony wrote that the blockchain revolution was overhyped—unsurprisingly, his opinions have not changed. He also delves into the Ion-Broadway deal, and looks at new consulting/advisory firms that have recently come to market.
A look at some of the past week’s financial technology news.
After the route toward accreditation via the ISO petered out, Bloomberg is vying to establish its reference data standard as a system of record in the US, following a win in Brazil.
The initiative's aim is to capture more of the exchange's internal data to commercialize that useful information for the investment community.
Anthony looks at what's become of NEX since the CME acquisition, as well as discussions over odd lot reform and S&P's Kensho implementation.
Waters Wrap: The Problem with Big Ideas (and Some Ramblings on Virtual Desktops & Tech's Blurred Lines)
Isda's CDM leaves banks questioning the way forward; the rise of virtual-desktop infrastructures; generic business intelligence tools become more popular.
Anthony Malakian examines how firms are racing to the cloud to roll out new market data services. He also looks at ChartIQ's name change, the regulatory reporting space, and Lazard's Covid-19 data rollout.
Banque de France-backed deal pips private consortiums in dummy run for digital currency trades.
While many firms have enforced hiring freezes during the pandemic, the regulatory reporting vendor has plans to aggressively grow its staff count.
A summary of some of the past week’s financial technology news.
With over five months to go until CME unwinds its regulatory reporting businesses, competing firms are pushing to fill the service gaps and grab a slice of the market share.
The custodian bank will receive and transmit European listed options and derivatives orders from buy-side clients.