A discussion about the trends and stories that dominated the year.
With the alternative data industry projected to be worth over $350 million by 2020, it's time to consider whether financial services is on the brink of its own Cambridge Analytica moment or if it is simply time for an alt data ethics evaluation.
Octavio Marenzi joins to talk about the web data extraction market and Anthony and James delve into Refinitiv.
The use of biometrics and identification technologies has skyrocketed within retail banking and has become an intrinsic part of the latest technology devices. But now the financial-markets industry is latching on to the potential of these technologies,…
Investment spend is largely seen to be going to data management programs before emerging tech initiatives.
A proposed data protection bill raises some concerns, especially for financial institutions dealing with India data.
CompliancePoint's Greg Sparrow advises financial firms how to avoid hefty fines resulting from GDPR non-compliance.
As RPA has taken hold, there have been both positive and negative developments. Waters takes a look at the good, the bad and the ugly.
IBM has enhanced its regtech suite of services, including the integration of Armanta’s platform after the May acquisition.
Does Privacy Exist Anymore? As people willingly give up their personal information, GDPR might be a step in a necessary direction.
Cboe's CIO joins the podcast to discuss the exchange's tech migrations after the Bats acquisition, and Anthony and James give a primer on GDPR.
Long-term views and collaboration, rather than flashy tech, is the key to a successful program of compliance, panelists at BST Europe say.
ING data chief says as firms comply with GDPR, they must be ethical when interacting with client data, especially as they incorporate more AI tools.
This month, Max runs down the contents of Inside Data Management, from potential solutions to regulatory dilemmas to the heroes who may save us from exchange data and index injustices.
Survey finds over 50 percent of investment firms are unprepared for GDPR’s May 25 deadline, but financial services is still ahead of the game compared with other sectors.
Looking ahead to GDPR, ARMs and trading venues are developing ways to better protect the personal data they are required to collect, report and store under Mifid II, while investment firms tasked with providing personally identifiable information to the…
Global investment bank says that transparency is key to instilling trust in use of AI.
The two new firms, Reg&Tech and Baymarkets, will focus on regulatory technology and clearing solutions, respectively.
The data gathering, retention and reporting requirements of Mifid II seem at odds with the enhanced personal data protection rules of the GDPR. But with careful consideration, financial institutions can balance their regulatory obligations under the two…
The London-based regtech provider's latest compliance offering focuses specifically on GDPR.
With compliance and collusion both under the microscope, Max says law courts could play a bigger role in ensuring a healthy and competitive data marketplace.
When the General Data Protection Regulation comes into force on May 25, most financial companies will require a data protection officer. With an entire industry racing to meet GDPR’s compliance deadline, will there be enough candidates to go around?…
Financial firms are drowning in data, yet for many, information that delivers genuine value remains a scarce resource. Joanne Faulkner investigates whether new approaches to managing internal data could yield new insights, or whether new data privacy…
Regulation may have dominated the headlines this year but advances in machine learning and artificial intelligence were also high on the agenda.