Smaller asset managers may get left behind as automation allows the big players to prosper.
The Australian exchange was the first exchange to be all-in on DLT—and the project failed. Anthony speaks with ASX’s Tim Whiteley to discuss the lessons learned and why he thinks the second attempt will succeed.
The offering allows users to surface data and notifications from internal systems without ever having to leave Instant Bloomberg chatrooms.
As cloud, AI, open-source, APIs and other technologies evolve, Anthony says the choice to buy or build is rapidly evolving for chief operating officers, too.
PM <GO> is a new workstation meant to support buy-side decision-making from analysis to implementation.
The OEMS provider has purchased the Hong Kong-based PMS provider—but don’t say it’s solely a play for the buy side.
Execs from Amazon, Google and IBM explain their capital markets strategy when it comes to rolling out new AI tools.
A summary of the latest financial technology news.
Tech giant’s cloud computing arm grew customer base in Q2 despite cost-cutting among users
Buy-side rates traders look to dodge platform’s interface but remain barred from cross-venue price-shopping.
While large language models are likely to proliferate, those that can develop a solid data infrastructure of taxonomies, ontologies, data sourcing, mapping and lineage will be the ultimate winners, Anthony says.
Open-source wrappers like MLflow, though useful and popular, highlight the risks hidden beneath these models.
The niche interop market previously dominated by Glue42, Finsemble, and OpenFin is evolving—and so are the vendors themselves.
Neema Raphael, CDO and head of data engineering for Goldman Sachs, explains what he believes it means for a firm to be data driven.
With electronification and tech development increasing in fixed income, participants are looking for better data access in the primary market for corporate bonds.
Anthony says Numerix’s acquisition of Fincad is indicative of where technology development in the capital markets is heading.
The reduction of settlement times from T+2 to T+1 for many US securities is likely to impact firms’ collateral management processes when it comes into force at the end of May 2024.
As large language models that underpin the likes of ChatGPT and Bard come to market, vendors and trading firms are starting to see the benefits—and challenges—that open APIs provide.
Ensuring that buy-side firms capture all relevant disclosures from funds—especially in the private markets—can be an onerous and costly task. Accelex is aiming to change that.
Increased electronification of fixed income markets requires more connectivity, which entails greater costs for firms to connect to a growing list of trading venues.
Quodd’s recent acquisition of API data vendor Xignite will provide a springboard to launch the data vendor into new customer segments and markets.
The MSCI One platform already runs on Microsoft Azure, and MSCI is building a new investment data platform on Google Cloud to utilize the search giant's AI and NLP capabilities.
While much attention has been given to cloud, AI, blockchain and other buzzwords, without a proper data foundation, those tools will not deliver the results that have been promised.
Born from a consortium that includes JP Morgan and Bank of America, Versana aims to bring up-to-date and permissioned data to the syndicated loan market—the first step to a more transparent and faster operating market.