Deutsche Bank's Elly Hardwick discusses her career and how the bank is looking to roll out innovative new solutions to tackle old problems.
Blockchain proponents say the technology will evolve and may beat back the decryption threat posed by quantum computing.
JPMorgan Asset and Wealth Management's CIO brings the pace of the trading floor to asset management.
Trying to figure out how to keep an organization moving forward, while looking forward, is one of the hardest challenges in fintech today.
Asia editor Wei-Shen Wong has been covering the quantum space closely for over a year, and she has some thoughts on its progression.
With their origins in industries such as defense, aerospace, and medicine, FPGAs have been used by certain aspects of financial markets for about a decade to gain speed. Wei-Shen Wong examines the current uses for this specialized hardware in finance,…
2018 is the year when large numbers of participants in the derivatives market expect to see emerging technologies being integrated into their existing technology ecosystems
“We need to seriously rethink encryption and seriously rethink things that rely on encryption, like blockchain. Anything that is heavily dependent on complexity needs to be reconsidered in a quantum world.”
Europe’s regulatory big bang arrives today as an evolving set of rules rather than a finished product.
From regulation to AI-driven solutions to quantum computing for the financial industry, Wei-Shen Wong looks back on what made headlines in the region in 2017.
Anthony, James and Emilia discuss the 10 biggest trends that unfolded in 2017.
The network will provide organizations access to quantum expertise and resources to help with experiments in a 20-qubit environment.
The European Commission and the wider industry are turning their eyes to post-trade practices
Wei-Shen Wong talks to Anthony about quantum computing, and then James and Anthony talk about the pairing of IBORs with blockchains. They end things by talking about Game of Thrones and the Mayweather-McGregor fight.
The firm, Silicon Quantum Computing aims to develop a 10-qubit silicon-based device by 2022.
Traditional computers as we know them are reaching a fundamental barrier where they will not be able to solve certain problems or go any faster—enter quantum computing.
CBA's CIO: "By developing a simulated quantum computing environment this allows us to assess the feasibility and performance of applications well before the first silicon-based quantum computer is finished.”
The UK government has announced that four universities will serve as hubs for research into quantum technology, the results of which could have broad applications for financial-market technology.