Financial firms spend a lot of money on office space, but what happens to that space if more employees are working from home? Perhaps something of a WeWork for fintechs is the answer.
The newswire's latest service will focus on providing coverage of pre-IPO and small-cap listed stocks to increase their exposure to investors hungry for greater transparency into these market segments.
The research start-up is growing its team and is in discussions with clients, despite Covid-19 disruption, after the bank acquired a stake.
Petrescu is already working with a handful of new and established data providers on product development and strategy for financial markets.
This is the first investment Illuminate has made in a company offering DLT-based tech.
An examination of how long-serving industry veterans are finding a home at fintech startups.
New venture targets investments in the fintech space, including regtech, artificial intelligence and blockchain companies.
Data companies are investing in AI and machine learning in a concerted push toward innovations that reveal insights and alpha.
CSD expects to increase client transaction volumes in illiquid fixed-income securities.
Startup signs major data deal for cloud-based portfolio management.
Corda Enterprise features a Blockchain Application Firewall that allows applications to run securely on public networks.
The firm now covers the five largest cryptocurrencies.
In addition to going live with its blockchain, the trust company has netted an additional $65 million in Series B funding.
CLS will join the R3 board and will help push the release of blockchain applications for currency markets.
The San Francisco-based company will use the investment to expand its language coverage and its AI-driven predictive analytics.
Traders and portfolio managers use the data to assess risk and to develop portfolios that are environmentally conscious.
In addition to its work with Isda, the fintech startup also has projects in the works with ING Bank and the FCA.
Symphony CEO David Gurle explains how the vendor plans to use its latest funding round.
San Francisco-based data and research platform Sentieo has raised $6million in seed funding from institutional and individual investors to help the company expand its product offering and accelerate international growth plans.
AI specialist will use the funds to spread its reach into other areas.
The bond market utility now has 24 banks fully live on the platform with another two set to go live by early Q2.
The company, chaired by former Thomson Reuters chief Tom Glocer, will serve as a peer-to-peer network for trade financing.