The open-source nonprofit is looking to leverage its capital markets membership to expand its footprint.
Gabriele Columbro, founder and executive director of the Fintech Open Source Foundation (Finos) joins the podcast to talk about open source technology.
The financial information giant launched a recent blueprint, Covid-19 Timelapse, a dashboard that tracks the pandemic's impact on individuals, industries, and regions.
A summary of some of the past week’s financial technology news.
The provider of open-sourced solutions is working with firms to build and refine their edge computing environments.
Driven by common industry pain points and unforeseen complications, capital markets firms have begun using open-source technology more widely.
The nonprofit is reaching out to regulators to determine where open source could ease regulatory burdens on financial institutions, while keeping them competitive with tech companies.
The vendor is also incorporating micro frontends, as well as exploring the use of machine learning in the future.
GLEIF has partnered with vendor Evernym to create digital wallets that link employees’ identities and roles with companies' identifying codes.
Buy-side firms using AcadiaSoft for Simm calculations must adopt the ORE XML data format.
Highlights from the past week's financial technology news.
The investment bank is leveraging Red Hat's OpenShift technology to better manage its global footprint of virtual machines.
Financial industry experts say the time to start future-proofing was yesterday.
The former MarkitSERV CEO joins Symphony as the collaboration platform vendor prepares to release a new videoconferencing service by the end of June 2020.
The new solution uses progressive web applications, cutting out the need for containers.
After a decade of supercharging low-latency applications, Wei-Shen Wong explores how FPGAs are pushing into new areas of the capital markets, driven by interest in AI & ML.
The vendor is leveraging IBM to help improve its analytics offering for corporate bonds and to revamp its wealth management platform.
Concurnas founder says his language will help traders work more easily with concurrent computing and offer a Python-like syntax with Java-scale performance.
While progress was made in the desktop application interoperability space in the last year, Anthony Malakian says 2020 is likely to see some major developments that will help to push this movement forward.
Catch up on some of the past week's financial technology news.
Smart contract developers should not be responsible for violations of regulation perpetrated on the blockchain, says Katten special counsel.
The tech giant uses open-source tools to help firms ramp up computing power for complex risk calculations.
The tool has been developed as part of DTCC's work with the industry to build a DLT network and governance model.
The OS provider will focus on developing data visualization tools and prepping for the first wave of FDC3 standardized applications.