A look at some of the past week’s financial technology news.
Exchange partnership will deliver benefits of scale but rationalizing trading infrastructure will take time, say observers
The Senior Managers Regime and #MeToo campaigns are making banks increasingly conscious of employee conduct
Blockchain project aims to fast track issuance of warrants process.
The importance of data is rising in regulatory circles, Swinburne told WFIC attendees.
Besides satellite, Internet of Things, and social media, firms are looking for commodities and ESG datasets.
Panelists say current market data licensing practices are stuck in the past, and should evolve along similar lines to the music industry, which has dealt with similar intellectual property challenges.
Expansion will allow firm to guide clients through changing regulatory landscape.
In his new role, trading technology veteran Chris Evans will help lead Web Financial’s expansion into North America.
The new index series will be calculated and disseminated in real time from June 1.
The Spanish firm is rolling out SimCorp Dimension to cover a range of functions, after signing up to use the platform in December.
The agreement helps non-members gain access to the Spanish Stock Exchange
Top 35 stocks to be available on subscription-based exchange.
Malaga-based research center is third for the provider.
Spanish presence will be the vendor's sixth global location and third R&D facility.
Joint agreement to provide new communications solutions.
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