A summary of some of the past week’s financial technology news.
Private network limitations and variable internet connectivity have challenged operational resiliency and business continuity plans.
The creation of GFIS is the culmination of a three-year plan to consolidate and improve how the broker managed hundreds of data sources.
The investment bank has eliminated thousands of roles and revamped its approach to outsourcing over the last two years.
TP Icap is expanding its coverage of region- and asset class-specific data.
Bloomberg users can now access Bombay Stock Exchange data via a faster and more accessible format.
From the data battle between the SGX and India to the ASX green-lighting its clearing blockchain project, Wei-Shen Wong looks back on topics that made headlines this past year.
Subsidiaries of NSE and BSE expect an increase in liquidity for Indian derivatives products.
A proposed data protection bill raises some concerns, especially for financial institutions dealing with India data.
The final outcome of the arbitration award is expected to be announced by the first quarter of 2019.
Burton-Taylor's annual sentiment survey shows record levels of optimism in some areas for 2018 with slight contractions next year. Max Bowie reports on the trends reported by survey respondents.
Wei-Shen Wong documents the rise of Asia-based chief data officers, and their place in the structure of both local and global firms.
The exchanges are currently undergoing arbitration regarding the launch of SGX’s new futures contracts meant to succeed the outgoing SGX Nifty 50 suite of products.
Wei-Shen Wong joins to discuss the brewing battle between the SGX and NSE and Anthony and James look at Esma's shot at reporting platforms.
In its battle with India's exchanges, SGX may be able to use a judgment in a previous disagreement between ICE and Nymex.
What started with Brexit and the election of Donald Trump is now taking hold in India—protectionism.
This month, Max runs down the contents of Inside Data Management, from potential solutions to regulatory dilemmas to the heroes who may save us from exchange data and index injustices.
Investors with exposure to India via index futures are reeling from a decision by the country’s exchanges to end data licensing agreements that allow overseas markets to create derivatives based on its indexes. Wei-Shen Wong investigates whether the move…
Three Indian stock exchanges have said they will immediately terminate data licenses that allow non-Indian exchanges and trading platforms to create derivates from their securities and indexes.
The investment will help Duco grow its staff by about 140 percent and incorporate machine-learning tools into its offering.
Collaboration to focus on developing existing and new products within Indian capital markets with heavy technology slant.
Dalglish has spent more than 20 years in market and reference data and technology.
A look back at some of the biggest stories to come out of APAC in 2016.
DTN is seeking to expand its equities coverage beyond just US active traders to those in other markets.