The exchange will add further portfolio applications to the NFF according to market demand.
Highlights from the past week's financial technology news.
In addition to consolidating the Port risk models for terminal users and enterprise clients, the data vendor is looking to use advanced risk models to create better hedging strategies for equities.
Machine learning shows promise in grouping assets better and predicting regime shifts, say fund managers.
CRO Mike Patchen has helped build a system to identify risks before they grow or spread.
The tech giant uses open-source tools to help firms ramp up computing power for complex risk calculations.
Bureau Van Dijk's Compliance Catalyst has been rebuilt ahead of plans to move the platform to the cloud, as well as navigate the EU's fifth anti-money laundering directive.
Regulation and growth have pushed the investment firm to go with Bloomberg’s front-to-back suite of solutions.
The deal will help Moody's expand its pension-fund footprint in the UK, and for RiskFirst to expand in the US.
BlackRock, MSCI, and La Française are some of the firms looking to replace traditional, linear risk models.
Confluence provides asset manager clients with automation capabilities for financial and regulatory reporting amid growing pressure and shrinking industry-wide headcount.
The new offering will directly connect TR’s regulatory feed and IBM’s OpenPages with Watson platform.
The performance and risk measurement specialist is also using machine learning to help drill into value-at-risk calculations.
WatersTechnology speaks with data specialists from all parts of the capital markets in an in-depth examination of deep learning's impact in finance.
Financial firms with a data or technology ‘vendor’ arm developed in house are finding that separation can benefit both business lines. Max Bowie speaks to companies that have spun out from other organizations about the good, the bad, and the ugly aspects…
The Consolidated Audit Trail will begin receiving reports on November 15, a year after it was supposed to start.
Biometric identity verification and document authentication are the latest additions to the vendor's KYC offering.
Although institutional interest in cryptocurrency trading has grown, the development of the custody space, in particular, is crucial for its next phase of evolution.
The investment will help accelerate software upgrade projects and potentially fund new acquisitions.
The enhanced presence and a move beyond rates are a result of new CEO Ralf Roth's plans to scale Quantitative Brokers' business beyond its core interest rate futures focus.
The platform is cloud based and will use machine-learning strategies to develop insights.
The investment manager was previously working with Viteos for some of its middle office needs.
Officials say the Kafka-based stream processing engine reflects that more financial firms are replacing traditional data message busses with Kafka streaming environments.
The platform will offer access to Axioma's range of products while offering scalability and flexibility.