A summary of some of the past week’s financial technology news.
Anthony wonders if AML platforms are being scrutinized enough by banks and regulators, then looks at Wells Fargo's tapping of HPR for its quant division and Northern Trust’s blockchain plans.
Banque de France-backed deal pips private consortiums in dummy run for digital currency trades.
The Swedish tech vendor is hoping to capitalize on disruption in the OMS space by offering an automated solution for migrating FIX rules and for FIX certification.
Technology provider's effort to track the lifecycle of a digital asset moves beyond the proof-of-concept phase.
The exchange will change its settlement system to Sweden-based CMA as it looks to add new features.
Lauren Dillard was previously at Carlyle Group.
The integrated offering will enable Nordic institutions to automate KYC and customer onboarding processes more effectively.
In a period where most stock exchanges are facing uncertain futures and are eyeing consolidation with rivals, one of the world’s largest is hitting its stride.
The Swedish bank will use US firm's network as a white-labelled service.
The clearing technology vendor names a new CFO and a new CEO of its subsidiary, Simplitium.
New rules replace voluntary arrangements in ETFs and Nordic bonds, fragmenting post-trade data.
The news comes one week after parent company Cinnober also changed leadership
Lenardos rules out M&A; says Cinnober will focus on organic growth
The acquisition will offer professional clients improved monitoring, network analytics and log file capabilities.
Nordic Capital Fund IX allocates an undisclosed sum to advance the data analytics provider's growth strategy and technological developments.
Lenardos will become CEO after just two months as CFO at Cinnober.
Senior industry figures say it may be too soon to create financial products based on cryptocurrencies.
Stockholm-based vendor inks a new partnership to extend its offerings to cryptocurrency exchanges.
While Mifid II still has some serious challenges for firms to contend with, one part of Europe believes it has a solution to some of the cultural--if not the practical--issues of the still-fresh regulatory regime.
Common business practices among Nordic coutries may mean the region is better placed to handle the data management aspects of new regulations.
Release of Scandinavian and Pacific data packages represents a new approach for TP Icap, moving from asset class-specific data packages to regional products.
Eklund, who previously spent seven years at Swedish data vendor Macrobond Financial, will play a key role in Limina's global expansion plans.
Nasdaq Nordic now holds APA and ARM licenses for reporting trades on behalf of European investment firms.