DNA will use CanDeal's unique position-capturing data from the country's top broker-dealers to create new data services.
A summary of some of the past week’s financial technology news.
The vendor is building off its April release of an enrichment tool for Python notebooks.
The vendor will add trading position flow and risk calculations to the platform this year, as it continues to integrate functions from recent acquisition Percentile.
GreenBirch will focus on helping financial firms explore ways to adopt cloud technologies, starting with time-series data management and commercializing internal datasets.
Calculating risk sensitivities—the main point of FRTB—took on new importance as the markets dropped amid the Covid-19 global pandemic.
The tech giant uses open-source tools to help firms ramp up computing power for complex risk calculations.
The Canadian bank has significantly improved the time it takes to run XVA calculations, and has big plans to further expand its XVA cloud GPU program.
Torstone will add a risk management component to its post-trade platform through its acquisition of the vendor.
The new venture will use the Data Pooling module of TickSmith's Big Data platform to capture and process OTC price data from participating firms.
In the spirit of giving, Refinitiv's head of regulatory and market structure shares which regulations he's keeping an eye on in 2019.
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Armanta will be deployed within IBM’s Watson Financial Services’ financial risk unit, which grew out of the tech giant’s acquisition of Algorithmics.
The upcoming FRTB market risk framework allows financial firms to take different approaches to non-modelable risk factors: either capitalize risk factors that lack observable pricing in-house, or use a vendor-run data pooling utility. But, as Dan…
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Regulation may have dominated the headlines this year but advances in machine learning and artificial intelligence were also high on the agenda.
John takes a look at some of 2017's key trends, including regulation, cybersecurity and artificial intelligence.
John considers the momentum around the Regtech movement and if it can last for some of the smaller firms in the space.
The partnership will integrate McObject's high-performance database technology with GoldenSource's market and reference data management tools to meet the data analysis requirements of new regulations.
Anthony and James look at why London clearinghouses may be in danger and the use of cognitive tools to monitor employees.
IBM marks its first major product launch in the financial services regulatory space with the roll-out of new cognitive solutions educated by Promontory professionals.
Industry testing for FRTB will begin in 2019 with implementation coming in 2020, though there is hope that personnel changes at the Basel Committee will lead to some extra leeway.
JPMorgan becomes the latest bank to withdraw from the R3 blockchain consortium as the industry body seeks to raise $150 million.