A summary of some of the past week’s financial technology news.
Regardless of fund type, portfolio managers can analyze their trade data and behavior to make improvements, according to Essentia Analytics’ CEO.
The new feature, which is currently undergoing beta testing, is expected to launch in Q4 2020.
The vendor is beta testing three new data and analytics tools that will give greater insight into their best options to liquidate positions quickly during volatile market conditions.
Led by Bryan Cross (pictured), the asset manager's QED team aims to blend quant and fundamental to find unique solutions to new problems.
Chi-X launched MatchPoint to meet the demand for anonymous trades during the closing auction.
The joint venture is expected to be a tie up between the asset manager and the wealth-management business.
The vendor’s open architecture model allows it to service new clients in Asia.
Norway’s largest private asset manager finalizes the last leg of its technology consolidation project.
Clients of Eagle Investment Systems now have access to the S-Ray sustainability analysis tool.
Sebastien Chaker will lead the Asia expansion of UBS’ wholesale funds platform.
FundBlast will provide a standardized, real-time means of communication that aims to mitigate risk, streamline operations and slash email notification volumes.
Updated trading rules to have significant impact across all asset classes.
Artificial intelligence and advanced technology are powering the next generation of investment in Malaysia
LiquidityWeb platform to provide straight-through processes between JPMorgan money market funds and other buy-side firms.
Hale charged with leading firm’s expansion into new markets, expanding asset class and fund administration solution coverage.
New office headed by Ben Archin.