The hype of artificial intelligence is far from fading—actually, it’s more like a building tidal wave. Wei-Shen wonders if the capital markets will catch the wave, or get smothered by the tide.
Investment bank is anonymizing data to meet cross-border data protection and cybersecurity regulations.
Processing corporate actions is usually the last workflow to be automated, mainly due to the complexities involved and the weakness of underlying data. Wei-Shen Wong explains how this has changed over the last few years and what challenges remain.
Wei-Shen Wong wonders about the future of market data models, and how pricing models need to change.
By migrating to the cloud, the Singapore-based bank has consolidated and reduced its datacenter usage by 75 percent.
Refining and cleaning data may be time-consuming, but is essential to helping financial institutions perform better analysis on data, panelists in Hong Kong said. Wei-Shen Wong reports.
Firms across Asia that have traditionally built EDM platforms in-house are now displaying an open mind towards buying vendor solutions.
There are about 470,000 LEI registrations so far, with only about 15,000 in Asia
Diets are about controlling your intake. Regulations are increasingly about showing that you're in control of your intake of data.
Adhering to old-fashioned, siloed data management practices can be costly and inhibit firms' ability to use data to support innovation.
One of the initiatives is to offer its market data for free or at heavily discounted prices under the Shenzhen-Hong Kong Stock Connect program.
Reluctance by firms to take risks on unknown entities means being acquired is the most viable route for startups to enter the information space and be a "game changer."
MiFID may be delayed, but other initiatives continue apace.
Buy-side firms in Asia are dealing with Increasingly complex asset classes, customer requirements and regulatory environments
Industry calls for more fixed income data in Asia
Firms must be innovative to create new ideas, technology
With regulatory requirements mostly addressed, firms' operations executives focusing on 'non-traditional players'
APFIC panel asks: Is data a value-add for the buy side?
Why duplicate efforts that don't add value?
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