A summary of some of the past week’s financial technology news.
Private network limitations and variable internet connectivity have challenged operational resiliency and business continuity plans.
Beatriz Martin says the bank has about 400 of these agile development teams—which were first rolled out last year—consisting of about 2,500 people across the organization.
DB's Stuart Gurr says past automation efforts have helped the bank weather the Covid outbreak, highlighting the need for further automation.
The investment bank is leveraging Red Hat's OpenShift technology to better manage its global footprint of virtual machines.
Refinitiv's John Walsh joins the podcast to talk about alternative data, Covid-19 and data regulation.
The vendor has, however, seen some clients pause their migration plans due to the Covid-19 outbreak.
Carson Boneck shares his thoughts on Balyasny's efforts to marry the best of its fundamental and quant teams.
RFA’s George Ralph joins the podcast to discuss challenges around vendor due diligence during the pandemic.
Financial industry experts say the time to start future-proofing was yesterday.
As 'years' of tech investment pays off amid the coronavirus pandemic, Morgan Stanley eyes tools that can help it identify business process efficiencies.
The vendor will add trading position flow and risk calculations to the platform this year, as it continues to integrate functions from recent acquisition Percentile.
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The exchange is currently working on building its enterprise data bus, for better internal data management.
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.