The immense growth of online data is driving an increasing number of asset managers to deploy web-scraping tools to find unique investment insights.
The call of artificial intelligence and machine learning is alluring. However, Wei-Shen says they can be tough to deal with, especially when shooting at invisible targets.
Investment firms are turning to pictures from the sky to understand environmental impacts for alpha generation.
Fee compression and regulations have forced some asset managers to rethink what is core to their business, including the trading desk. Enter the outsourced trading desk.
Anthony Malakian spent several weeks with RBC Capital Markets and OpenFin to see how desktop app interoperability works in motion.
Anthony Malakian has his doubts about some of true benefits of distributed ledgers.
WatersTechnology examines some of the disillusionment permeating the capital markets when it comes to blockchain.
The threat of high-frequency traders have forced banks to spend big on tech.
The founder and CEO of Imperative Execution looks at how trade execution is changing and what that means for the buy side.
The bank is also looking at using AI for intelligent IOI suggestions based on clients’ trading profiles.
The first rollout of the offering is geared toward smaller and new brokers looking to outsource their back-office tech.
The bank sees opportunity in providing more in-depth, quantitative data on a larger universe of ESG factors.
These new models sidestep Black-Scholes and could slash hedging costs for some derivatives by up to 80%.
The company is leveraging AI to make investment suggestions and dig out sentiment from spoken announcements.
The founder and CEO of HPR joins the podcast to talk about lessons learned and where the industry is heading.
Buy-siders have limited their usage of deep learning techniques due to haziness over their inner workings.
Its new CEO says there are 79 roles Itiviti is looking to fill to help fuel the company’s future growth.
While digital currency prices endure what enthusiasts call a ‘crypto winter,’ the problem appears to be far more acute when it comes to institutional appetites. James Rundle and Rebecca Natale report.
Bond.One is aiming to introduce distributed-ledger tech to solve issues associated with fragmented fixed-income markets.
As more sanctions are issued, and become more complicated, firms find greater need for a monitoring service.
Michael Bodson predicts technology will fundamentally change how the markets work.
A look at the massive tech projects (and legal battles) underway at the NYSE, which are being led by Stacey Cunningham.
As European market participants bemoan the lack of a consolidated tape, a senior SEC executive debunks the idea that a pan-European tape, similar to the US, will resolve issues around data access and costs.
The service will allow investors to perform deeper analytics on data from Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae.