JPMorgan Asset and Wealth Management's CIO brings the pace of the trading floor to asset management.
The idea of self-regulation makes for a good soundbite, but the practicality of the matter leaves much to be desired.
The Association of Investment Companies CEO says an FCA statement on Key Information Documents attached to Priips helps, but does not solve, the KIDs’ fundamental problem with overly optimistic projections.
January 3 went smoothly for many, but the launch of Europe's far-reaching reform package wasn't without problems.
With the second Markets in Financial Instruments Directive now in effect, firms are still adapting to the new requirements and their long-term implications. Richard Bentley, chief product officer at Ullink, explores how the industry can remain compliant…
Without adequate standards in place that are globally coordinated, the rampant growth of fintech may introduce more problems than it solves.
From misleading risk indicators to unfair, unbalanced requirements, the head of the Association of Investment Companies talks to Jamie Hyman about the problems with rules around Key Information Documents, and why they are nearly impossible to solve.
Jamie Hyman talks with an LEI issuer, advocate and end-user about how Esma’s LEI grace period will impact operations during the first half of 2018.
JPMorgan Asset and Wealth Management (AWM) CIO Mike Urciuoli wins this year’s best technology executive (buy side) award, commanding a technology budget of over $1 billion. After taking the reins at AWM in 2014, Urciuoli embarked on a period of radical…
SimCorp has improved the way it handles P&L by enhancing the support of cost-basis adjustment.
Third phase of regulatory reform is not being actively considered at this point, insists regulator’s chairman.
Itiviti and Ullink are merging their operations and offerings, with managed solutions a key driver for the deal.
Andrew Dougherty of BNP Paribas Securities Services talks to WatersTechnology about this recent acquisition and what it means for unit going forward.
Digital commodities such as bitcoin have captured the imagination of exchange operators but regulators—and even some market participants—are hesitant.
As cryptocurrencies gain interest from investors around the globe, Wei-Shen Wong examines the splintered Asian marketplace to see how regulators are adopting different strategies when it comes to overseeing these complex instruments.
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The influence of regulation and new technology is prompting a hard look at how post-trade processes can be improved, and perhaps even replaced entirely.
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TS offers the basics of an OEMS platform through its mobile application.
The exchange has replaced its Xetra Classic infrastructure with Deutsche Börse’s T7 trading technology
Digital currencies are going through birth pains as an asset class, but some believe they can become the next commodity of choice for traders
It seems inevitable that trading is destined for the screen, but that shouldn't remove the human element entirely