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.
The new modules are expected to be released in the second quarter of 2020.
The company is carrying out proofs of concept with banks and asset managers on the technology that allows computation on encrypted data.
Tradewind is also considering covering assets other than precious metals.
The investment manager's move to tackle unstructured data is starting with sell-side analyst reports.
Chi-X launched MatchPoint to meet the demand for anonymous trades during the closing auction.
Man Group's Gary Collier discusses the hedge fund's strategy of adopting a single platform for its funds.
The crowd-sourced trading platform is looking to create a competitive arena for quants to test their algorithms.
The company is using machine learning and natural-language processing technology to enhance its Tamale and Geneva platforms.
LSEG CIO Ann Neidenbach said London is ‘tapped out’ of cloud DevOps talent.
The French bank plans to make its KYC offering available to external clients by the end of the year as it continues to enhance SG Markets.
The LSEG has been involved in several failed international mergers over the last two decades, which begs the question: Is a merger even possible?
Technology provider's effort to track the lifecycle of a digital asset moves beyond the proof-of-concept phase.
The platform, called Katana, aims to help users find fixed income investment opportunities.