A summary of some of the past week’s financial technology news.
Financial firms must maintain a register of all outsourced critical functions under new guidelines now in effect in Europe.
While economic measures might place markets in Kenya, Tanzania, Palestine and elsewhere firmly in the “emerging” bracket, their use of technology is anything but.
As they deploy automation to solve regulatory problems, Asian firms are paying closer attention to data’s journey.
Waters examines some of the most important events in financial technology of the past 25 years.
By offloading its data processing to Crux, Two Sigma will be able to accelerate data acquisition efforts.
Broadridge’s Michael Alexander sits down with Anthony Malakian and discusses the company’s outsourcing solutions.
As IT systems are buckling under the pressure of modern day trading volumes and regulatory requirements, some firms are turning to AI to predict and minimize outages.
Watchdog releases its annual business plan for 2018 and 2019, with innovation and Brexit listed as clear points of focus.
The firm has bolstered its middle-office outsourcing tools with the release of InfoNAV and aims to include AI features in the future.
Waters looks at major projects being rolled out in 2018 at exchanges in Japan, Australia, Hong Kong and Singapore.
European Commission seeks to build EU fintech lab, promote blockchain and review rules in light of emerging tech.
The partnership is exclusive to MUFG and will also help Point Nine add pre-trade analytics to its offering.
SS&C offers a platform where companies can track the progress of outsourced services like reconciliation
JPX will build the new datacenter further away from its main site to avoid potential disruption to both locations simultaneously.
Vendor debuts portfolio, order and execution management system for outsourced trading desks.
When Polen Capital decided to move to the cloud, it needed a new IT director to guide the implementation.
Disaster recovery and business continuity plans take center stage in 2017
Electra answers the problem of managing huge amounts of data through its Electra Data solution.
Data management solutions among most popular areas for outsourcing to comply with impending rules.
FCA speaker says regulators would punish firms that did nothing ahead of Mifid II, but not the ones that tried but failed.
New platform places emphasis on optimizing liquidity and execution management ahead of significant challenges presented by Mifid II.
Every new innovation in the world of market and reference data brings with it a new set of challenges-from managing new datasets to ensuring uptime during storms and natural disasters.
Wei-Shen Wong investigates business continuity procedures in a region especially prone to natural disasters.