At an Afme conference, Scott Lucas, head of markets DLT for JP Morgan, noted DLT’s progress in the bond space. Others said the tech has a long way to go before wider adoption.
The Australian Securities Exchange announced in November it had chosen Tata Consulting Services to run the new CHESS replacement project after initial plans with Digital Asset were scrapped in 2022.
The London-based market data provider is aiming to provide higher quality data than its new competitors, but it faces an uphill battle.
Voice of the CTO: As banks strive to take advantage of cutting-edge tools, the basics of proper data management and governance are too often overlooked. Banks are learning that a CDO can help gain favor with the C-suite.
A summary of some of the latest financial technology news.
The proposal to overhaul volume-based rebates for agency brokers may create significant shifts in liquidity, order routing, and competition. And industry practitioners are split on whether it’s for better or for worse.
Voice of the CTO: While generative AI is today’s hot topic, bank technologists explain how they’ve spent years planning for this day, even if cloud had been the main focus. And to be sure, skeptics remain.
New trading solutions and market data sources underpin the Canadian exchange group's growth strategy.
GenAI is all the rage today, but not long ago, low-code and no-code development had a moment. If developers combine these technologies, can they make programming more efficient?
Anthony believes that there’s a growing chasm emerging between regulators, senior business execs, and technologists—which is especially evident when it comes to the T+1 debate.
Recently added portfolio trading, automation, and algo offerings drove the vendor’s revenue growth in Q4 2023.
Voice of the CTO: In part two of a five-part series, bank technologists explain where firms go wrong when trying to modernize their tech stacks and manage technical debt.
Not everyone saw eye to eye at a European Commission roundtable discussing how to shorten settlement cycles, but most participants recognized the need to make the transition to T+1.
A summary of the latest financial technology news.
Firms in Asia worry about unintended consequences of massive change to settlement cycle.
With the rise of generative AI, Anthony wonders if the days of Cobol are numbered.
The world's largest asset manager hints at new AI assistants for investment management clients.
New pieces of technology, like Synapse, assist Citi in migrating clients to newer technologies, and newer ways to settle and clear more efficiently.
This WatersTechnology rapid read report explores the transformative potential of LLMs in financial services, offering insights into the evolution, challenges and positive impacts on decision-making processes in capital markets.
Anthony examines some of the biggest stories from the past year to preview what might be ahead.
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