The trade association is looking to offer its Common Domain Model to rulemakers.
A summary of some of the past week’s financial technology news.
Duncan Wood interviews Tradeweb's Billy Hult about the changing trading landscape.
The investment bank is looking to partner with companies like Pyramid Analytics for better insight.
Technologists urged to adopt a more flexible plug-and-play approach using APIs, as concerns grow about the FCA and Esma's differing attitudes toward dark trading.
To get a good deal in fast-moving FX markets, buy-side firms need to know the time. Some of them don’t.
WatersTechnology spent three months examining Fidessa to see what has transpired inside the vendor since the Ion acquisition. During a period of great change, a lot of questions—and worry—remain.
The digital assistant is built on Symphony’s open-source technology and integrates with existing trader-dealer workflows.
Anna task force explores how Isins can be extended to digital assets such as tokenized securities and cryptocurrencies
The regulatory reporting utility product for fund managers is targeted to go live by mid-2020.
The service is planned to be released later this year, with the software provider also looking to introduce more Sybase customers to its Hana platform.
Esma will use the submitted responses to draft its advice on market data costs and the European consolidated tape, which will be presented to the European Commission in December.
A look at how regulators could approach supervising public cloud companies in the future.
Industry experts say not-for-profit organization is building a post-trade market data platform that could be a precursor to an EU consolidated tape.
Market data consumers will still have to buy feeds from the providers, says FIX co-chair.
Bloomberg hopes to offer wider reporting services for regulatory schemes across the globe.
Waters Europe: Data requirements are driving better data for consumption across the bank.
As the regulator looks at new ways to handle data, there are still a lot of paths to consider.
Confluence provides asset manager clients with automation capabilities for financial and regulatory reporting amid growing pressure and shrinking industry-wide headcount.
The product is scheduled for release in early 2020.
FpML has been a key enabler of automation in the derivatives industry, but its value could be further enhanced by providing value-added web services with open connectivity.
The Swiss best execution and TCA provider is set to open an office in New York, and co-locate with the CME.
As regulators and industry bodies ramp up efforts to deploy machine-readable models for derivatives reporting, adoption of industry-wide standards has more than a few challenges to overcome.
The RFQ model is part of a growing trend towards electrification in the repo markets.