A summary of some of the past week’s financial technology news.
SEI will work with other companies to build third-party applications connecting to its wealth platform.
The Swedish company is working with a third-party to build the solution, which will launch in Q4.
The Danish vendor is looking to partner with fintechs to allow for buy-side firms to benefit from minimal integrations and to reduce contractual barriers.
A look at some of the key "people moves" over the past week, including Howard Surloff (pictured, right), who joins Blockchain.
The technology provider is using advanced techniques and encryption to enable institutions to share AI models.
The UK financial regulator is seeing fewer entrants into the industry as start-ups struggle to break into the market.
As cloud computing becomes an ever more critical component of any modern financial technology infrastructure, cloud deals are coming under increased regulatory scrutiny.
While tech advancements are being made, buy-side firms still rely on humans to make sense of alt data.
VMware blockchain and Hyperledger Sawtooth begin support of DAML on their platforms.
This is the first time that Aladdin has been opened to external providers.
While the large-scale exchange mergers of yesteryear may be over for now, regional bourses are still finding themselves in the M&A crosshairs. Yet for those operators that pick up smaller rivals, technology and data integration often prove to be trickier…
Tech providers are emerging from all corners as the final phases of initial margin rules closes in, which are expected to capture over 1,000 buy-side and sell-side firms over the next 18 months.
WatersTechnology investigates the torturous journey to create a stock-trading database for the US, and where the project goes from here.
UK and EU regulators agree to share data post-Brexit, but trading firms say this doesn’t go far enough.
The integrated offering will enable Nordic institutions to automate KYC and customer onboarding processes more effectively.
The EU's market cops have urged the adoption of a unified approach to crypto assets across member states.
The cloud-based offering allows buy-side clients to manage their interactions with research providers, industry experts and analysts.