North American Trading Architecture Summit (Natas)

Artificial Intelligence: Job Killer or Human Augmenter?

At the North American Trading Architecture Summit in New York, artificial intelligence came under the spotlight with industry participants discussing the extent to which it might replace humans across the capital markets.

A Wrap on NATAS

Anthony looks back at this year's North American Trading Architecture Summit.

Knowing When to Pull the Plug

Members of the C-Level panel at NATAS talk about the importance of recognizing when you need to shut an application down.

Moving Mission-Critical Functions to the Cloud

Anthony believes that more firms are moving mission critical functions to the cloud. As they do, though, it's important to note that there's a major difference between a public and private cloud.

SEC's Berman: The Data Disputes HFT Narrative

The US Securities and Exchange Commission's (SEC’s) office of analytics and research has run extensive studies in the past year on cancellation rates and other market activities related to high-frequency trading (HFT). Citing the results, Gregg Berman,…

What Data Will Be on the Cloud in Three Years? No Idea

Asked what type of data they might put onto a public cloud in two or three years that they aren’t putting on the cloud now, the members of an infrastructure modernization panel at the North American Trading Architecture Summit in New York couldn’t come…

CIOs, CTOs Talk Data Management Frameworks

Sound data management is a three-tiered solution, Lord Abbett CIO Michael Radziemski told his audience during the C-level roundtable at today's North American Trading Architecture Summit. The lowest level is the authoritative data sources. The middle…

Caplin's Patrick Myles on Navigating HTML5 Libraries, Tools

At this year's North American Trading Architecture Summit, Patrick Myles, CTO at software provider Caplin Systems, discussed the future of trading front-ends, and how HTML5 will serve a key role. Despite the programming language's promise, there are…

CIOs, CTOs Talk Data Management Frameworks

Sound data management is a three-tiered solution, Lord Abbett CIO Michael Radziemski told his audience during the C-level roundtable at today's North American Trading Architecture Summit. The lowest level is the authoritative data sources. The middle…

Marathon CTO's Model for Building Your Own HPC

Klay Stack didn't let his firm's small size hold it back from an architecture upgrade. Marathon Asset Management has a new high-performance computing (HPC) system to show for his confidence.

Citi's Monaghan: PAI a Challenge; SEFs Will Route, Not Match

Neil Monaghan, Citi's global head of strategic business initiatives for over-the-counter (OTC) clearing told a North American Trading Architecture Summit audience that everything you thought you knew about post-trade technology is, in the newly cleared…

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