A growing number of buy-side professionals are using machine learning in their CRM systems to analyze and interpret investor data.
Could Denmark compete London as Europe's biggest fintech hub?
John considers the momentum around the Regtech movement and if it can last for some of the smaller firms in the space.
Waters Wavelength Podcast Episode 76: Radziemski Talks Machine Learning, Robotic Process Automation & Public Cloud Adoption
Former-Lord Abbett CIO Michael Radziemski sits down with James and Anthony to talk about three big topics: machine learning, robotic process automation and public cloud adoption.
International regulators say it's too soon for fintech such as blockchain or robo-advisors to pose a threat to financial stability, but warns that caution is still necessary.
The regulator began using machine learning after the 2008 financial crisis and is working on creating more machine-readable documents.
The awful inevitability of cyberattack—and how the threats are only growing
Waters Wavelength Podcast Episode 75: An Update on the Julia Programming Language; AI & Alternative Data; Digital Currencies
Julia Computing's Viral Shah talks about the programming language he helped create and what's ahead for it. Then James and Anthony talk about the pairing of AI & alternative data, digital currencies, and Game of Thrones.
By some estimates, investment in alternative datasets will exceed $7 billion by 2020. At the same time, machine learning and other AI techniques are evolving at a rapid pace. The combination of the two will be significant.
Anthony and James look at why London clearinghouses may be in danger and the use of cognitive tools to monitor employees.
Stitching together information by using cognitive tech could yield significant advantages for compliance.
John reviews some of last week’s top sell-side stories, including the European Commission’s proposals for new rules on the supervision of non-EU CCPs.
Victor says artificial intelligence (AI) has reached its tipping point, and its march forward in the capital markets is unstoppable.
Anthony and Emilia take a look at the municipal bond market and the proliferation of electronic platforms.
The platform, called NEX Infinity, will test reconciliation and data services for FX and cash equities.
The adoption of a technology-centric strategy will be the difference to those that survive in the face of a changing buy-side environment.
Adam Sussman joins Anthony Malakian to talk about Liquidnet's acquisition of OTAS, machine learning and AI, and what the buy side wants from analytics platforms.
The component helps financial institutions spot booking errors, anomalies and unusual activity with machine learning.
AI and automation free asset managers to do more for clients, according to panelists at Sifma Ops.
Why the lack of gender diversity in finance leads to less revenue for the buy side.
Marc Andrews of IBM sits down with Anthony and Dan to discuss the company's use of Watson for regulatory compliance and surveillance.
Emilia David profiles US Bank's chief operational risk officer Jodi Richard and looks at how the bank tackles op risk and the extent to which its risk disciplines are integrated into the business.
At the North American Trading Architecture Summit in New York, artificial intelligence came under the spotlight with industry participants discussing the extent to which it might replace humans across the capital markets.
Cutting Through the Hype: Finding the Difference Between True Innovation and a Good Use of Buzzwords
Tech executives’ ability to sort through bogus claims around new technology is more important now than ever before.