The bank is developing its data analytics platform, Hunter, to better identify financial crime.
The industry and researchers are challenging the touting of privacy-enhancing technologies as a cure-all for KYC/AML failures, and advocating systemic reform.
The first iterations of the new Optimize platform will be available early next year.
ABN, ING and Rabobank are exploring quantum for regulatory stress tests. In the US, Zapata Computing is seeking a patent for the same.
AFM suggests some liquidity aggregators should be classified as organized trading facilities.
The deal will allow MDI to provide other TRG offerings as fully managed services, and to benefit from being part of a larger company.
Brooimans and Fruitema will focus on helping financial firms in Europe to find experienced data professionals.
The integration of PEAR, acquired last year, is a further step towards integrating the vendor's key data inventory management platforms, FITS and InfoMatch.
With Benoît Legrand firmly in the driver’s seat, the last four years have seen ING push to transform its IT landscape and approach to innovation.
A look at some of the key "people moves" from July 8-12, including Alexandre Tombini, who joins BIS.
The software provider has acquired Object+ and plans to grow more through acquisition in 2019.
US exchange group receives regulatory nod for Amsterdam operations, and appoints a new head to run the EU entity.
The Swiss vendor has hired a number of senior personnel recently and has been steadily growing its institutional client base.
Authorization enables Bloomberg to continue servicing its EU27 client base following Brexit.
An analysis of some of the major initiatives to improve corporate reporting of environmental, social and governance factors to help investors better price-in risks and opportunities and make meaningful comparisons of company performance.
The green light will enable the firms to continue serving their EU27 clients following Brexit.
KYC data requirements and new legislation aim to move cryptocurrency markets into the mainstream, but are the anonymity and illegal activity tied to digital currencies exaggerated?
Identifier codes for Turquoise have been registered ahead of a potential hard Brexit in 2019.
The vendor anticipates that many financial firms acting as "self-administrators" of proprietary indexes will choose to enlist a third party to comply with the upcoming BMR regulation.
The exchange’s main office in Europe will continue to be London.
Release of Scandinavian and Pacific data packages represents a new approach for TP Icap, moving from asset class-specific data packages to regional products.
Reporting platform prepares for Brexit with Amsterdam office.
The Singapore facility will allow Screen to better serve InfoMatch clients in the region, as well as to expand the range of services it can offer locally.
The combined vendors will be able to offer a range of products for different client types and use cases.