The pair will be tasked with growing Symphony's business across North and South Asia.
Demand for outsourced trade reporting solutions is driven by upcoming regulatory deadlines.
CLSA represents Symphony's largest rollout in Asia to date for its secure messaging and collaboration platform.
David Wormald, a 25-year industry veteran, joins AxiomSL to lead APAC sales and business development.
The "record" numbers of new feed handlers are being driven by European regulations, client deployments in Asia, and new US exchange feeds.
Colt is on an aggressive expansion plan to provide its Colt IQ Network service to more enterprise customers in Asia, but in some countries, this requires some groundwork first. Wei-Shen Wong outlines the vendor’s plans in the region.
This expansion is in line with the network provider’s overall investment project in Asia.
Wei-Shen Wong investigates business continuity procedures in a region especially prone to natural disasters.
Dalglish has spent more than 20 years in market and reference data and technology.
BT's new network connects five FX hubs with a focus on reliability to meet demand from a growing number of buy-side firms entering the FX market.
The expansion is part of Colt's plan to invest significantly in Asia over the next three years.
The vendor already has a presence in Equinix's SG1 datacenter in Singapore.
A look back at some of the biggest stories to come out of APAC in 2016.
Hong Kong's HKMA says it is premature to make a conclusion on distributed-ledger technology.
The Hong Kong office will support Smartkarma's expansion in the region.
John considers some of last week’s top BST stories, including SS&C’s acquisition of Wells Fargo’s fund administration business.
Hong Kong’s regulator observed that more fintech initiatives were being explored by the banking industry.
The recently approved trading link is the second Stock Connect with Hong Kong, following Shanghai.
Singapore and Hong Kong may be vying to be Asia’s biggest financial technology hub, but John thinks it will be some time before they can compete with the West.
Michael Rude, Redi's chief revenue officer, talks about the decision to add more support to the region.
Wei-Shen Wong takes a look at where regulators in Singapore, Hong Kong and Japan stand in terms of encouraging fintech innovation, and examines who has taken the lead.
Hong Kong’s regulator believes that the market can serve as a gateway to Mainland China and as an ideal region for FinTech development.
The analysis provider has begun providing its stock reports and newsletters in Chinese, in part via an agreement with online broker SogoTrade.
New hires Chan and Ng both have years of experience in the trading technology vendor and banking sectors, respectively.