Anthony brings in some guests to give predictions about what interoperability will look like over the next 12 months and what firms need to start preparing for today.
The system monitors annual reports for issuer compliance with listing rules, speeding up a formerly manual job.
Wei-Shen and Tony are trying a different format this year with the podcast, and they start by discussing mental health and ways to help and support coworkers and friends.
Commonalities between the two firms' commodities pricing units bring them under regulatory scrutiny as they move closer to an acquisition deal. At the same time, it appears that IHS will lean into the regulatory reporting space.
The desktop interoperability provider will continue building other 'standard' desktop components.
Last year, most (if not all) financial technology providers either completed or started major projects that involved moving their products and services to the cloud. WatersTechnology looks at 15 of the more interesting cloud-migration initiatives from…
If banks want to future-proof against quantum computing disruption, Anthony says they need to start experimenting now. But there’s another reason to start down this path: as Goldman Sach’s William Zeng explains, there’s a lot of funding that’s available…
Covid culture is set to continue this year, as are the associated changes to working practices in the financial markets and the technologies that support them. Max wonders what the new ‘virtual’ reality will look like in 2021 and beyond.
The two firms spent the better part of 2020 developing a detailed analysis of the quantum computing resources needed to achieve quantum advantage in derivatives pricing. Execs from IBM and Goldman explain why this benchmark is important for future…
Environmental, social and governance (ESG) investments and green technology are not new phenomena across the capital markets, although they have struggled to gain widespread acceptance. But now, in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, investors’ priorities…
Anthony takes a look at some of the major projects that involved application interoperability from last year. The list includes feats by Goldman Sachs, BlackRock, Barclays, ICE, State Street, Refinitiv, and FactSet.
As 2020 comes to a close, Anthony looks at how firms have adjusted their short- and long-term plans in the face of the coronavirus, focusing on office space, innovation, alt data, and mental health.
WatersTechnology looks at how 10 different firms are embedding machine learning algorithms into their platforms and tools.
WatersTechnology looks at some of the major projects coming out of Asia that are leading the way for firms around the globe.
This year, natural language processing came to the fore in capital markets, helping firms of all kinds parse huge, unstructured datasets.
Anthony looks at how two major tech companies in the capital markets space are evolving their cloud strategies and what they might mean for the industry at large.
As the “vast majority” of customers are shifting to the cloud, Refinitiv is looking to broaden its own cloud capabilities to help customers with their transitions.
This Week: Jyske Capital/SimCorp; Vestrata; NICE Actimize/FACEPOINT; Anna/Gleif; SS&C, ING, and more
A summary of some of the past week's financial technology news.
IBM’s general manager of global banking joins to talk about challenges and opportunities surrounding public cloud adoption and containerization.
The company aims to show that pairing good quality data with knowledge graphs can lead to links that previously would have been missed.
After the rollout of its Genesis platform, SS&C Advent is now thinking about how it can transition platforms like Geneva, Moxy, and APX to the cloud, though it’s a long-term project.
Technologists are working to automate indications of interest from trading desks, according to UBS’s head of machine learning.
Regardless of fund type, portfolio managers can analyze their trade data and behavior to make improvements, according to Essentia Analytics’ CEO.
RBC is building a new custody platform using a variety of vendors, and it shows how the interoperability movement is progressing. But Anthony wonders how interop will continue to evolve at a time of great consolidation.