Following its acquisition of digital banking SaaS company Kony last year, Temenos will be updating the UX across all its products.
What do Liquidnet and Trading Technologies (and others) have in common? Anthony explains. He also discusses advancement—and disillusionment—in the quantum space.
Ratings toolkit includes features to help investment teams grade securities and funds to meet sustainability mandates.
Use cases for quantum computing are piling up—from CVA to VAR. But so are the obstacles
Anthony explores some of the questions raised by Refinitiv's plan to move away from Eikon and Thomson One. He also looks at data governance trends, and asks why the FIGI is having such a tough time gaining acceptance.
The new platform is first being targeted at advisors and wealth managers, and will eventually be available for traders, analysts, portfolio managers, quants, and developers.
Anthony looks at an interesting project using causal inference by IBM and Refinitiv, and what this latest evolution of machine learning could mean for innovation in the capital markets in the future.
The fund administrator’s clients can now access multiple datasets from one data lake.
What if you could create your ideal, fully-functional application without writing a single line of code? With low-code and no-code platforms, you can—with a catch … or two, or three, or four.
Keen to trim the resources they expend on interpreting licenses, investment firms are exploring how they can turn data agreements into machine-readable code. Doing so is fraught with challenges.
Anthony looks at how the lines that have traditionally defined the world of "fintech" are blurring. Also, can blockchain help with ZTA's advancement?
Coronavirus has heightened the need for IT and data security, exposing areas for potential improvement. One option is to lock down sensitive areas using a practice called Zero-Trust Architecture, which offers a host of benefits, but brings with it some…
Anthony explores how Snowflake is trying to win over business in the cap markets, talks about the reference data space, and examines a new breed of data vendors.
Due to the pandemic and rapid advancements in the fields of AI and mobile technology, regulators in the US and Europe have unique challenges on their hands.
A summary of some of the past week’s financial technology news.
The comms and networking provider is expanding its service after partnering with OpenFin.
DNA will use CanDeal's unique position-capturing data from the country's top broker-dealers to create new data services.
The two are working out the necessary regulatory, tax, and documentation needed to provide custody services for foreign exchange transactions in the two countries.
Senior technologists from UBS, Deutsche Bank, Nomura, SocGen and others discuss where their tech spend is being directed.
The company is rolling out two new APIs centered on oil as part of a broader push to bring commodities trading on par with cutting-edge equities markets.
Cloud providers are hunting for a way to bring multicasting to the cloud for low-latency market data distribution, unlocking the gateway for traditional exchanges to shift core infrastructure to the cloud without negatively impacting high-speed trading.
Anthony Malakian examines how firms are racing to the cloud to roll out new market data services. He also looks at ChartIQ's name change, the regulatory reporting space, and Lazard's Covid-19 data rollout.
The tool allows dealers to stream axes to clients with customizable control over visibility.
Blaze 7 will feature an enhanced, integrated suite for options volatility traders.