JP Morgan Chase's head of AI technology and Deutsche Bank's head of innovation for the Americas at Deutsche Bank join to talk about AI, cloud, and more.
After its acquisitions of Red Hat and Promontory, IBM is looking to expand its footprint in the capital markets through containerization, as well as reg reporting in the cloud.
Anthony says that while machine-learning models have been hit-and-miss during the pandemic, NLP is taking on greater importance. He also looks at how exchanges are looking to move their core matching engines to the cloud.
Anthony explores changing concept of a trading platform, and what that might mean for the future of tech development.
The bank’s recent moves signal what could become a managed services offering, as Goldman further embraces cloud, open source, and APIs.
The vendor's LTX platform leverages a neural network to navigate the complexity of the corporate bond market, and is expected to launch in the first quarter of 2021.
Later this year the vendor is looking to allow users to clip together various components of an algorithmic trading strategy, making it easier for users with limited programming skills to build their own trading strategies.
What if you could create your ideal, fully-functional application without writing a single line of code? With low-code and no-code platforms, you can—with a catch … or two, or three, or four.
Keen to trim the resources they expend on interpreting licenses, investment firms are exploring how they can turn data agreements into machine-readable code. Doing so is fraught with challenges.
Waters Wrap: How Cloud, APIs, and Open Source Are Changing the World of Fintech (And Blockchain's ZTA Play)
Anthony looks at how the lines that have traditionally defined the world of "fintech" are blurring. Also, can blockchain help with ZTA's advancement?
Vendor integrates open source stream processing software Apache Kafka for real-time event data.
Morgan's Morphir offering is a transparency and efficiency tool for both users and developers; EPAM's GLUE is aimed at the buy side.
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.