The exchange group is developing new regtech products while looking to move these offerings to the cloud in 2020.
UBS Asset Management’s CDO & Element22's founder look at some of the challenges facing the alt data space.
Has the so-called ‘API economy’ been over-hyped, or is there value in recalibrating an open API strategy? WatersTechnology examines.
To get a good deal in fast-moving FX markets, buy-side firms need to know the time. Some of them don’t.
Consortium weighs building fixed-income software in potential threat to Ion, the dominant vendor
The company, a merger of Axioma, Stoxx and Dax, will offer factor indices and ESG-based index creation.
The offering, which took more than a year to build, combines deep, transfer and human-in-the-loop loop learning to find patterns.
The company also tapped an independent party to conduct speed tests on its platform.
The asset manager is reviewing various processes to see what kinds of automation could bring efficiency.
WatersTechnology spent three months examining Fidessa to see what has transpired inside the vendor since the Ion acquisition. During a period of great change, a lot of questions—and worry—remain.
The digital assistant is built on Symphony’s open-source technology and integrates with existing trader-dealer workflows.
Confluence has a big job ahead integrating StatPro’s various analytics tools.
The EMS provider is looking to build out its suite of solutions for the buy side, including a new algo wheel and visualization tools.
Jonathan Clark and David Hagen of Luminex join to discuss how the buy side is responding to an increasingly-automated trading environment.
The vendor is live with FX NDFs on the new cloud-based platform, but credit has been pushed to 2020 earliest.
The German bank developed the platform in its Innovation Lab and is currently working on updates.
The new business unit will unify Liquidnet's last three acquisitions: Prattle, RSRCHXchange, and OTAS.
Northern Trust is doubling down on outsourced trading as asset managers face more margin pressures.
The tech giant uses open-source tools to help firms ramp up computing power for complex risk calculations.
Led by Bryan Cross (pictured), the asset manager's QED team aims to blend quant and fundamental to find unique solutions to new problems.
FIrm unveils new applications and features for the platform during its annual Innovate conference.
As passive strategies and fee compression cut into active returns, buy-side firms are turning to internally generated data.
The service is planned to be released later this year, with the software provider also looking to introduce more Sybase customers to its Hana platform.
The new tool captures crowding and clustering effects that can help forecast large price movements.