CRO Mike Patchen has helped build a system to identify risks before they grow or spread.
The vendor is live with FX NDFs on the new cloud-based platform, but credit has been pushed to 2020 earliest.
Post-trade company looks to stay ahead of DLT curve with plans to act as CCP for firms trading on permission-based blockchains.
The investment manager's move to tackle unstructured data is starting with sell-side analyst reports.
Josephine Gallagher and Anthony Malakian discuss the merits of a European consolidated tape and how it relates to the CAT.
The tool has been developed as part of DTCC's work with the industry to build a DLT network and governance model.
The exchange and data provider says purchase of market sentiment index from BAML is a natural next step.
The pace of change—in politics and in fintech—over the past few years has been breathtaking. Jo finds out at NAFIS, however, that some things never change.
As nations and markets become increasingly interconnected, geopolitical risk has become top of mind for portfolio managers.
Max previews the first issue of the relaunched magazine, and extends a welcome.
The Majedie Asset Management cofounder, who now runs cloud consultancy Supl, talks about where firms go wrong with the cloud.
With over 25 years of experience in law and shaping regulatory policy, Nausicaa Delfas is tasked with one of the biggest challenges of her career yet—tackling Brexit.
US exchange group receives regulatory nod for Amsterdam operations, and appoints a new head to run the EU entity.
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The firm will be authorized to operate its trading and reporting businesses from the Netherlands post-Brexit, enabling it to expand its footprint in the European markets.
UK and EU regulators agree to share data post-Brexit, but trading firms say this doesn’t go far enough.
The final phases of initial margin rules are expected to capture over the next two years more than 1,000 buy-side and sell-side firms, which technology providers see as potential customers.
Authorization enables Bloomberg to continue servicing its EU27 client base following Brexit.
Months away from the UK’s departure from the EU, much of the industry is still in the dark over operational requirements post-Brexit, and time is running out.
The green light will enable the firms to continue serving their EU27 clients following Brexit.
Uncertainty in politics and the global markets makes it difficult to predict what kind of year 2019 will be.
The trade reporting provider will have authorization to serve Switzerland's derivatives market.
Failure to comply by 2020 will result in EU supervised entities’ inability to invest in products that reference benchmarks not approved by Esma.
WatersTechnology recaps some of year’s top EU stories.