The new app provides thousands of data points on Japanese listed companies.
Vendor signs deal with CLSA in Japan and plans to displace incumbent platform.
Spark and Zou will support the UK-based vendor's growing presence in the Asia-Pacific region, officials say.
The bank will use Torstone Technology’s Inferno to comply with regulatory reporting requirements in Japan.
The Go West consortium describes its mission as "to create more efficient access to global financial markets by offering the fastest and lowest latency route between Chicago and Tokyo... at a reasonable cost."
DTCC’s SSI utility helps firms to reduce risk and operational costs associated with trade failures.
FactSet had previously built its own charts, but decided to look at third-party options for this iteration
Benchmark will provide price information for the dollar-yen rate during Japanese trading hours.
NovaSparks has deployed its FPGA technology in the Tokyo Stock Exchange's co-lo facility, "wrapped in" Colt's MarketPrizm API for ease of access.
The service will initially focus on social media coverage of Japan-listed stocks before expanding into other instruments and markets.
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.
The UK regulator has strong words for asset managers on best execution, while it builds bridges for fintech development with its Japanese counterpart.
The firm joins Torstone's Asian client base, as the vendor continues to expand its presence in the region.
Wei-Shen Wong investigates business continuity procedures in a region especially prone to natural disasters.
Japanese investment group implements pre-trade risk and compliance elements of Ullink’s Xilix execution management system.
A look back at some of the biggest stories to come out of APAC in 2016.
A hybrid of undersea fiber and microwave connectivity is enabling McKay to deliver the lowest-know latency between Tokyo and Singapore.
The vendor says exclusive improvements will yield significant latency advantages for firms trading Japanese markets.
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.
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.
Some end users say Nikkei's decision to introduce fees for the index and its data after more than 60 years may impact their use of the index.
Japan, previously insular in its approach to data operations—and interactions with other markets in the data realm—is beginning to exert leadership within the Asia-Pacific region.
The FX trading technology vendor is using Beeks' cloud capabilities to enter the Japanese market, where Beeks has had a presence since last year.
Nomura Securities, SBI Securities and Mitsubishi UFJ are among the firms that will also assist the project.