Highlights from the past week's financial technology news.
The former MarkitSERV CEO joins Symphony as the collaboration platform vendor prepares to release a new videoconferencing service by the end of June 2020.
A look at some of the key recent 'people moves', including Adam Honore (pictured) who joins Amazon Web Services from CME Group.
The fintech company, which provides recon, onboarding, compliance, risk, and data services, is also looking to expand its alternatives coverage in the US.
Beyond new latency reductions between Tokyo and Hong Kong, Colt will continue to optimize its routes and expand its network coverage.
The new interest group will help provide collaboration, networking, and mentoring opportunities for women seeking to advance their careers in the data industry.
The increasing importance of data is introducing new roles to the financial sector. Wei-Shen looks to the future.
The firm's chief investment officer, Tan T-Kiang, explains how his team is using GCP to "listen" to live market data.
The bank is looking to pair this relatively new role with its data scientists as a bridge for business professionals.
The already-developed bot is now awaiting incremental testing before it goes into production within six months.
The vendor plans to use mobile data for KYC in Southeast Asia.
Pulandaran will continue to drive Asia-Pacific's status at the fastest-growing region of GoldenSource's business, officials say.
The infrastructure provider aims to provide a two-way offering for US and European clients trading across all major Asian market centers, and vice versa.
Subject to regulatory approval, the newly created digital asset investment bank plans to launch a custody solution in April.
Paul Bari’s career has taken him across oceans and continents, but his true north has always been a fascination with mathematics. Now, he’s tackling not only the future of one of Northern Europe’s largest banks, but its employees, too
The exchange recently upgraded its post-trade system.
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.
The working group has presented several new methods deploying data analytics specifically to combat money-laundering and terrorism financing activities.
By migrating to the cloud, the Singapore-based bank has consolidated and reduced its datacenter usage by 75 percent.
The network provider has also opened an office in Singapore to foster growth among crypto exchanges in the region, as well as its more traditional clients.
The vendor will use the A$11 million raised from its recent IPO to further develop its platform and experiment with additional use cases for its technology.
With the abundance of existing and new reporting obligations to comply with, how can regulators hope to be able to handle the volumes of data they now receive?
The vendor’s open architecture model allows it to service new clients in Asia.
As they deploy automation to solve regulatory problems, Asian firms are paying closer attention to data’s journey.