A summary of some of the past week’s financial technology news
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.
The emergence of Covid-19 and the ensuing global pandemic has had a major impact on the capital markets—especially for banks and their cash and liquidity management practices. Banks need to know whether they have sufficient liquidity on an ongoing basis…
As increased regulatory reporting obligations add to the pressure financial institutions are under to manage intraday liquidity, centralizing siloed legacy systems into a single automated solution can offer an enterprise-wide, real-time view of liquidity…
Buy-siders have limited their usage of deep learning techniques due to haziness over their inner workings.
The crypto markets need a body that fulfils the role of depositories adequately, say settlement specialists
IBM has enhanced its regtech suite of services, including the integration of Armanta’s platform after the May acquisition.
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Two buy-side risk officers believe that the SEC put too much faith in the vendor community when making its liquidity rules, specifically for fixed income.
Many US mutual funds are expected to rely on vendor tools to comply with the SEC’s rule that they establish a formal liquidity risk management program that includes classifying the liquidity of their investments. These tools have the potential to improve…
The partnership will help mutual fund clients calculate the liquidity risk they must report under the new SEC 22e-4 rule.
The UK subsidiary of Spanish Bank BBVA has adopted Wolters Kluwer's OneSumX offering to meet its liquidity risk and reporting requirements.
New tool powered by machine learning to tackle ongoing bond liquidity issues through a quantitative approach.
Regulators responding to liquidity risk concerns
Helsinki-based Mors Software, a provider of integrated real-time treasury and risk management technology to the sell side, has published the results of its annual liquidity risk management survey, carried out between May and July this year.
Straightening out buy-side liquidity and credit risk modeling is "hand-to-hand combat," as one Waters Roundtable participant put it last week. Can a wider array of solutions soften the blows?