To get a good deal in fast-moving FX markets, buy-side firms need to know the time. Some of them don’t.
A summary of some of the past week's financial technology news.
The bank is looking to extend this feature to other asset classes in the future.
The vendor is live with FX NDFs on the new cloud-based platform, but credit has been pushed to 2020 earliest.
The broker's new dataset covering the region is in response to increased client demand for data on sub-Saharan Africa, and increased investment in the region.
What does the bourse’s planned purchase of the data giant mean for clients and the industry going forward?
Despite technological advancements, the onboarding process is still a slog. Banks and vendors are trying to change that.
The first rollout of the offering is geared toward smaller and new brokers looking to outsource their back-office tech.
Marc Bayle de Jessé brings markets infrastructure and payments experience to CLS.
Cohee highlights cloud, big data and machine learning as disruptive changes forcing innovation at financial firms.
The trading platform has snapped up a MIC code as it ponders whether the growing market segment needs a ParFX model.
The vendor recently entered into a partnership with IHS Markit for post-trade services in currency markets.
Buy-side participants are now more aware of the risks associated with FX settlement, and are getting more involved in managing them.
Algo Central helps manage FX algo execution in real time.
Market participants can now clear deliverable FX trades regardless of how they were executed.
The partnership is said to provide MOEX clients with a low latency platform for accessing a diverse liquidity pool for FX.
Data experts testify that right now, the financial services industry is uniquely positioned for semantics breakthroughs that will revolutionize the way data is managed, leading to unprecedented payoffs.
NEX will provide connectivity to the Capitolis novation platform through NEX Infinity.
Users will be able to receive cash equities and cash derivatives market data through the shared appliance, rather than installing ticker plants on premise.
Darren Coote brings with him 25 years experience in the foreign exchange markets.
After six years leading CLS, David Puth is relinquishing his role as CEO.
The expanded partnership gives South Korean financial institutions a new way to access OTC data.
MarkitSERV plans to retire DSMatch and fold MarkitWire and other products into cloud-based platform.