The ESG data space has seen a fair amount of M&A activity in recent years, and that is likely to continue, sources say.
The initiative will make all of Nasdaq's market data available to potential clients via APIs in Amazon Web Services' cloud, as an alternative to its traditional feed and file delivery options.
The research start-up is growing its team and is in discussions with clients, despite Covid-19 disruption, after the bank acquired a stake.
The former MarkitSERV CEO joins Symphony as the collaboration platform vendor prepares to release a new videoconferencing service by the end of June 2020.
Recent market volatility overwhelmed the Nasdaq BX and Cboe market depth feeds with so much activity that the exchanges did not have enough physical numbers to accurately represent it.
The newly fledged UK hedge fund has outsourced its portfolio management tech and operations to third parties, a move that has helped it through the coronavirus pandemic.
Officials say Symphony's offering addresses the security and compliance shortfalls of other videoconferencing platforms being used in the absence of face-to-face meetings.
IHS Markit’s Richard Blore joins the podcast to discuss challenges around vendor due diligence during the coronavirus pandemic.
The vendor's CTO says automation capabilities embedded within the company's Clareti platform can help with repetitive tasks.
The platform will use natural language processing to deliver curated research from analysts covering emerging markets.
The data giant is releasing regional features and functionality to more closely monitor the coronavirus across companies and sectors.
The vendor expects to have the first migration projects, which were signed in the third and fourth quarters of 2019, completed by the third quarter of this year.
The bank’s research business is using artificial intelligence, traditional consumer surveys, and visualization techniques to monitor the impact of Covid-19.
The service will be released through its Market Intelligence unit. The same unit will also launch a new data platform in May.
Ofir Gefen joins the podcast to talk about how Itiviti in Asia-Pacific has dealt with impact from the coronavirus, and how the firm’s other office locations have learned.
The firm's chief scientist discusses how NLP is being used to prevent the spread of the coronavirus and how it can be applied for financial services.
The functionality is already available for tablets, with the cell phone version expected in the third quarter.
This is a difficult time for most businesses, but start-ups are particularly vulnerable as they struggle to manage cash flow.
The dashboard, which goes live later this week, is a free online resource that includes tracking how the pandemic is affecting ESG factors.
Wei-Shen and Tony discuss challenges the asset management industry faces, in light of the coronavirus situation.
The new solution uses progressive web applications, cutting out the need for containers.
After a decade of supercharging low-latency applications, Wei-Shen Wong explores how FPGAs are pushing into new areas of the capital markets, driven by interest in AI & ML.
Linedata has moved its applications to AWS and aims to have support for Microsoft Azure by the third quarter.