The CEO of 7Park Data joins the podcast to discuss the alternative data industry and where he sees the market heading in the future.
Finance firms and regulators are beginning to assess the ethical implications of artificial intelligence.
Artificially intelligent algorithms are not infallible—as Jo Wright explains, it’s quite the opposite.
The Japanese bank has already automated handwritten form processing and is experimenting with AI to make use of its unstructured data.
The bank is looking to create a single security master so the same data flows through the system.
The EDM company is adding over 300 new vendors to its tool for clients looking to make sense of the alternative data landscape.
Waters Europe: Data requirements are driving better data for consumption across the bank.
Confluence provides asset manager clients with automation capabilities for financial and regulatory reporting amid growing pressure and shrinking industry-wide headcount.
The CDO highlights the importance of implementing a strong governance framework that's consistent across the organization.
After putting new management in place for its data unit over the past year, the broker is targeting further growth from data sales.
The quant firm’s Seth Weingram lays out his principles for the effective use of machine learning.
In light of new and proposed rules in the US and Europe, firms are having to rethink their privacy guidelines.
In a career spanning more than 20 years, Esler has served in senior market data management roles at some of the biggest banks on Wall Street.
Orangun brings to the role a history of successfully revamping data platforms in previous roles at IHS Markit.
OpenFin has deployed Exate’s data privacy technology to its operating system to help with new rules, such as GDPR.
MIlner spent more than 20 years at Thomson Reuters, responsible for sales of products and services across its data business.
Cohee highlights cloud, big data and machine learning as disruptive changes forcing innovation at financial firms.
The insurer is partnering with AIM Software to move data operations to the cloud.
Buy-siders have limited their usage of deep learning techniques due to haziness over their inner workings.
As more sanctions are issued, and become more complicated, firms find greater need for a monitoring service.
The service will allow investors to perform deeper analytics on data from Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae.
The 35-year industry veteran will advise the vendor on product, strategy and business development.
The combination of the two technologies is bearing fruit for firms struggling with legacy architectures, but education and talent remain tough obstacles to overcome.
This year's SST Awards were held on the afternoon of April 12 in London. Here are this year's 31 category winners.