Execs blame lower-than-expected revenue increases on uncertainty around the upcoming Mifid II regulation.
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.
Clearinghouse operator makes US head new COO as it suggests it could move to the US post-Brexit if forced.
A lack of clarity about the UK’s departure from the European Union is an ongoing source of concern for the financial services industry, leading to continuing questions around investor protection, transition costs and regulatory obligations.
The importance of data is rising in regulatory circles, Swinburne told WFIC attendees.
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…
Aggelos argues that the tech industry needs greater diversity and how Morgan Stanley's new innovation lab can help in that respect.
Fear of replacement at the mechanical hands of robots is holding back much-needed progress in automation.
Emilia David fills in for Anthony Malakian to discuss fintech and Brexit with James Rundle, followed by a Game of Thrones recap.
The implications of Brexit can wait; Mifid II is a much more prescient concern for sell-side institutions, not just in Europe.
Eurozone's financial capital seen as the big Brexit winner as tech vendors begin to follow banks in launching new Germany-based services
In spite—or because—of the rising cost and complexity of data, cost-cutting and streamlining initiatives continue at financial institutions. Kirsten Hyde looks at how these efforts are affecting the headcount and structure of market data departments, and…
Regulators may be about to call the industry's bluff on Mifid II time pressures
NDF trading platform will add new products and services by year-end, and is regulated by both the CFTC and FCA.
European regulators landed a body blow against the UK, but not all participants are convinced it will work
Anthony and James look at why London clearinghouses may be in danger and the use of cognitive tools to monitor employees.
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.
New EU rules suggest London-based clearinghouses may be forced to relocate to the eurozone.
Hung parliaments are rarely a good thing for stable democracies or buy-side strategies.
Waters Wavelength Podcast Episode 73: The UK Election, Brexit & Fintechs; The Bloomberg Point-Port Integration
An examination of what the UK election and eventual Brexit negotiations could mean for London's fintech space followed by a discussion of Bloomberg's Point-Port integration.
Asset Control's Martijn Groot explores how US proposals for lighter regulatory reform and Brexit negotiations may impact EDM and data management professionals in the coming months.
John says investment banks relocating as a result of Brexit have a chance to rethink technology infrastructures.
The future of Europe is clouded in uncertainty and John says without consolidation, asset managers may find themselves struggling to keep up with international competitors.
European Commission prohibits deal on basis it would create a monopoly for fixed-income clearing in Europe.