Regulators in the US and Europe have turned their sights on execution management system providers. Anthony examines some of the questions the industry is trying to answer.
Through Finos, a project that started internally to help Citi get a better handle on its cloud controls now includes the likes of Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, RBC, BMO and LSEG.
Lawmakers and vendors are set to usher in an era of mutualized data insights. Are banks ready?
The cloud provider and industry utility have jointly released a prototype and guidelines for building resilient financial services applications.
Does the SEC’s recent 10C-1a rule provide sufficient transparency while protecting traders’ short-sale positions from a GameStop-style backlash? The data will be key.
Virtu disputes the regulator’s claim that employees had ‘unfettered’ access to consumer data.
As the EU pushes through a historic AI Act, its neighbor is left wondering how to keep up.
The Gensler administration has ruffled feathers in the broker-dealer community with a new proposal seeking to limit their use of predictive data analytics. But at the heart of this deal is something far more seismic: one of the first attempts by the SEC…
Most bankers prefer to keep to earlier start date, even though it puts continent out of sync with US.
This week, John Duigenan from IBM joins the podcast to discuss generative AI.
The numbering agency has partnered with SmartStream and ICE to cross-reference and map the underlying asset’s identifier to the relevant Isin.
As regulators confirm that perimeter guidance applies to tech firms, the focus shifts to enforcement.
New rule requires banks to rerun performance tests on models that recalibrate dynamically.
The federal judge presiding over the ongoing class-action suit against Cusip Global Services, S&P Global, FactSet, and the American Bankers Association, has dismissed all complaints against the defendants except one alleging the quartet violated Section…
Experts think cloud services, data providers and software firms are all in regulators’ sights.
Execs from BlackRock, BMO, and Ness Digital Engineering discuss the balancing act of the wildly shifting priorities each of their organizations contend with every day.
As fines levied by the FCA and SEC rise, so too has spending on 'regtech.' But Anthony warns that for the regtech space to evolve further in the future, it must first initiate changes to its ecosystem.
After a record year of fines issued by the SEC, financial services firms are rushing to implement regtech solutions that can help mitigate their financial exposures.
Dutch court case pressures supervisors to accept new tech; explainability the key challenge
Users of index data often complain about the fees they have to fork out, particularly to the likes of S&P, FTSE Russell, and MSCI. WatersTechnology examines the state of the industry and what will disrupt the status quo.
DTCC explores the importance of effective user acceptance testing environments to the successful navigation of regulatory rewrites and an evolving regulatory landscape
Recent actions against Bloomberg and Ice for violations relating to evaluated pricing services suggest the US regulator may be setting the stage for stricter regulations to govern the sector.
SteelEye CEO Matt Smith talks on the podcast about the regulatory landscape for electronic and voice communications compliance.
Regulators in the US, UK, and EU moved to push forward market data efforts this year.