The exchange will add further portfolio applications to the NFF according to market demand.
Highlights from the past week's financial technology news.
CEO Jonathan Kellner announced on April 17 that the exchange would have to push back its official launch date, as well as delay platform testing and member certification until later this year.
Seismic changes in customer behavior are seeing machine learning solutions throw out false positives.
A look at some of the key 'people moves' from this week including Greg Ruppert (pictured) who joins Finra as executive vice president.
The firm is using ACA's Decryptex to identify fraudulent trading behavior.
The Members Exchange plans to be live with the platform by its launch date of July 24, despite market volatility.
A summary of some of the past week’s financial technology news.
The Swiss Exchange is future-proofing SDX with post-quantum encryption, ahead of its full-service launch.
A sale was originally reported, but this PE investment will allow the firm to grow its ESG, ETF offering while considering a sale at a later time.
Compliance vendor says upcoming automatic trade reconstruction will slash processing times and allow users to monitor news feeds to detect insider trading.
The exchange’s CEO and COO discuss its matching engine, Intel partnership, cloud strategy and plans for the future.
The company is combining different data sources to help users spot market abuse and manipulation.
WatersTechnology looks at 16 projects in the capital markets that involve machine learning to show where the industry is heading.
Planned upgrades for 2020 include more data on graphs and new machine learning models.
The exchange group is developing new regtech products while looking to move these offerings to the cloud in 2020.
The offering, which took more than a year to build, combines deep, transfer and human-in-the-loop loop learning to find patterns.
The combined offering will help financial firms meet compliance requirements for regulations like SM&CR and Reg BI.
The new tool, called the Blotter, will be a window into unstructured audio data as a form of operational alpha for the buy and sell sides.
Waters Europe: Data requirements are driving better data for consumption across the bank.
IIROC has used Nasdaq Smarts for market surveillance since 2010, but is consolidating equities and debt market surveillance for the first time.
A look at the massive tech projects (and legal battles) underway at the NYSE, which are being led by Stacey Cunningham.
The service will allow investors to perform deeper analytics on data from Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae.
Assuming that automated artificial intelligence holds the key to unlocking fragmented datasets, the absence of standardized models coupled with regulatory concerns remain barriers to adoption.