A summary of some of the past week’s financial technology news
The new suite of integration tools will allow firms to connect different data sources to mitigate the impact of core architectural components being phased out.
Under the agreement, Finnova will populate portals aimed at the corporate, wealth management, and retail customers of its Swiss bank clients with data and analytics from FactSet.
FIrm unveils new applications and features for the platform during its annual Innovate conference.
The service is planned to be released later this year, with the software provider also looking to introduce more Sybase customers to its Hana platform.
The combined offering will help financial firms meet compliance requirements for regulations like SM&CR and Reg BI.
The bank is looking to create a single security master so the same data flows through the system.
Vendors say their integrated solution will deliver significant data cost savings for firms by implementing usage tracking and controls.
The two companies plan to capitalize on synergies and cross-selling opportunities by integrating Axon's data policy information into TRG's license and inventory management tools.
Citi is the first Series B strategic investor for ChartIQ's desktop integration platform.
It seeks to solve desktop interoperability issues and expand cloud services with this latest investment.
Former LGIM CDO Andrew Barnett has a vision for his new job as head of product strategy at Rimes Technologies.
The combination of Financeware's VMS division with Quodd's real-time data will provide a platform for the vendor to build a bigger data business.
The data provider recently launched a platform aggregating BRI data.
Nelson, who has previously served at Software AG, Progress Software, and Apama, will be an evangelist for financial services within MarkLogic.
Wood, former head of market data services at Deutsche Bank, will be responsible for growing OpenFin's adoption among end-users and vendor partners.
The partnership offers quicker-to-market trading technologies through the use of QuantHouse’s API system.
The move will enable the 325,000 users of Bloomberg terminals to incorporate Orbital Insight's geospatial data into their existing trading and analysis workflow.
Panelists at the Tokyo Financial Information & Technology Summit highlight data management challenges, particularly as IT and business teams become more integrated.
By making its content available via OpenFin's container, Money.Net will gain access to a broader potential audience of OpenFin clients.
IMD/IRD Awards 2018
IMD/IRD Awards 2018
The vendor says clients are increasingly looking for datasets that deliver signals of volatility around a company's stock price.