The platform builds on its partnership with TruValue and Arabesque to provide access to ESG data and analytics.
John previews the upcoming WatersTechnology Innovation Summit and talks Super Mario.
Deutsche Bank head of innovation Elly Hardwick discusses what innovation means to the institution ahead of the inaugral WatesTechnology Innovation Summit.
Schroders CTO Stewart Carmichael discusses what innovation means to the firm ahead of the inaugural WatersTechnology Innovation Summit.
CME plans to launch futures on bitcoin in Q4 2017, while the FSB looks at AI as a threat.
This webinar—which features speakers from Axa Investment Managers and RBC Insurance—will look at specific applications of machine learning and other forms of AI in finance.
Emerging technology could fall outside the regulatory perimeter, and could be impossible for outsiders to fully comprehend.
John recaps some of Sell-Side Technology's best stories of the week, including fixed-income technologies, uncertainty around the CAT, and Waters' November features.
Investment selections will still be overseen by human managers before trades are executed.
Artificial intelligence is no panacea, but it can help with buy-side decision-making, Victor says.
The Italian managing director of Mediolanum AM explains why technology is critical to today's financial services industry.
Afshar, a former academic and Goldman Sachs exec, will be responsible for building a proprietary AI platform and supporting team of data scientists.
Legacy concerns and spiraling costs are making robotic process automation technology increasingly unappealing for big banks.
We’re all used to financial institutions complaining about the burden of regulation and the amounts of data they must collect, maintain and report. But spare a thought for the organizations that will have to capture and analyze more data than any single…
Artificial intelligence is gaining traction among regulators, exchanges and financial firms sifting through massive amounts of data to spot potential pricing manipulation. Kirsten Hyde asks whether the industry is ready to go all in on AI.
James and Anthony talk about the looming Sibos event in Toronto and take a look at some recent M&A activity and blockchain developments in the capital markets.
The French bank looks to make a "big" acquisition, and will go live with an internal blockchain for corporate actions within "weeks."
In addition to bolstering its research capabilities, the company is also turning to artificial intelligence to revamp its trading platform.
Vendor picks up fintech firm for undisclosed amount, will incorporate machine learning into trade oversight.
While beneficial, the best examples of machine learning integrate human influence, say execs at this year's North American Buy-Side Technology Summit.
Memon will be tasked with exploring potential partnerships in newly created role.
JPMorgan's Oliver Harris joins the podcast to talk about advancements in the fintech world and some of the specific projects underway at the bank.
After a stint at security software vendor Fortinet, sales veteran Maclay returns to the data world at FinTech Studios, a startup co-founded by former Multex co-founder Jim Tousignant.
While much of the talk about machine-learning technology in capital markets is overblown, there’s no question that these tools are set to become increasingly prevalent over the coming years. Anthony Malakian takes stock of where the industry stands based…