The creation of GFIS is the culmination of a three-year plan to consolidate and improve how the broker managed hundreds of data sources.
The US exchange is again planning to offer crypto derivatives, while after previous attempts to gain regulatory approval to list crypto ETFs were thwarted.
The investment bank has eliminated thousands of roles and revamped its approach to outsourcing over the last two years.
Smart contract developers should not be responsible for violations of regulation perpetrated on the blockchain, says Katten special counsel.
The regulatory reporting utility product for fund managers is targeted to go live by mid-2020.
Post-trade company looks to stay ahead of DLT curve with plans to act as CCP for firms trading on permission-based blockchains.
The Danish vendor is looking to partner with fintechs to allow for buy-side firms to benefit from minimal integrations and to reduce contractual barriers.
Financial firms must maintain a register of all outsourced critical functions under new guidelines now in effect in Europe.
VKey will extract and present key terms from financial firms' data contracts, enabling them to better understand how they can use the data they pay for.
As cloud computing becomes an ever more critical component of any modern financial technology infrastructure, cloud deals are coming under increased regulatory scrutiny.
VMware blockchain and Hyperledger Sawtooth begin support of DAML on their platforms.
The event specification module will allow for a common DAML library that references machine-executable trade lifecycle events.
Banks are trying to split responsibility for their operating environments with the major cloud providers. Regulators are having none of it.
Questions of price discovery and centralized infrastructure point to an asset class that may have to lose its rebellious luster to become more widely accepted.
Tech providers are emerging from all corners as the final phases of initial margin rules closes in, which are expected to capture over 1,000 buy-side and sell-side firms over the next 18 months.
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.
The new features are designed around feedback from clients and will be available from next month.
The crypto space dominated headlines over the past 12 months and WatersTechnology looks at some of the top stories.
As the industry scrambles to find the next best thing in a post-Libor world, the most viable emerging substitutions are based on actual transaction data, but still fall short.
An increasing number of firms are buying research under fixed-price contracts as a result of European regulations.
ErisX will be launching a derivatives exchange and clearing organization, while trueDigital is releasing a bitcoin swap contract.
The platform aims to connect research providers and investment managers through a transparent pricing model.
Joint venture offers institutional investors the benefits of a high-speed centralized trading platform for cryptocurrency futures contracts.
The middle- and back-office infrastructure will manage multi-asset post-trade operations and enable scalability.