A summary of some of the past week’s financial technology news.
Release of Scandinavian and Pacific data packages represents a new approach for TP Icap, moving from asset class-specific data packages to regional products.
Executive says he expects CME group to continue investing in fintech startups after takeover.
The past two weeks have seen some major announcements that point to fintechs being even more disruptive than in years past.
The company, chaired by former Thomson Reuters chief Tom Glocer, will serve as a peer-to-peer network for trade financing.
Tradeworx, now Thesys Group, is the latest in a series of firms that has decided to pull back from trading activities and focus on fintech. And it’s unlikely to be the last.
TPI adds corporate performance data to offering with Valens Research partnership.
The broker says the improvements make the feed the fastest live streaming FX datafeed available from a primary FX market venue.
TP Icap will expand the research firm's coverage to new markets and sectors, partly based on proprietary data owned by the broker.
After selling its voice-brokerage business to rival Tullett Prebon, NEX (formerly Icap) has forged a data alliance with Tradition.
Distributed-ledger technology fintech now has over $20 million in funding.
Connolly's hire follows the recent appointment of Guy Rowcliffe to head Icap's PTRI unit in Asia-Pac.
Under Rowcliffe's leadership, Icap sees opportunities to expand its offerings to clients in the region.
Markets operator adds regulatory reporting specialists to post-trade services
The vendor will look to expand support in Europe and Asia, with an eye toward Latin America.
Today's financial markets are as much a matter of geographical design as fundamental structure, where correlations can be triangulated on a map.
The feed handler gives Redline support for the key electronic US Treasuries markets, following the release of a handler for eSpeed last year.
The initiative reduces latency between the two main cash markets for US Treasuries.
Officials say the investment will enable OpenGamma to grow into a "world-class" player in the OTC derivatives analytics
Peter Rippon was recently appointed the company's new CEO.
The allure of creating a digital currency with distributed-ledger technology has continued to grow as financial firms gain a better understanding of how the complex technology works.