Dan and Anthony debate the difference, or lack thereof, between firms labeled fintechs and regtechs.
Requiring SROs to report data to obsolete platforms is counterintuitive to the entire industry.
The regulator modified several points of the NMS plan prior to approval.
Worried about market volatility? Thankfully, there are plenty of tools and experienced professionals to help you through any uncertainty.
Xinfinit's Alan Hutton outlines the argument for why open-source and cloud can and will replace traditional approaches to building data displays.
CXH hits back at claims that its liquidity-taking delay is designed to garner more market data revenues for the exchange.
“We’ve hired a few quants that used to design HFT models and worked at HFT firms. We’ve actually been working on—and have a prototype for—high-speed analytics on trading. That’s something our quant team has worked on a lot over the past year."
Dan and Anthony talk about the fallout from the US presidential election and the latest news around Reg AT.
Regulations like Mifid II are also opening up different product areas.
Citi and Deutsche Bank join buy/sell side collaboration network aimed at improving pre-trade bond indication sharing
John gives some thoughts on the BST Awards and the upcoming European Trading Architecture Summit.
Regulation postponed after technical standards rejected will now take effect at the same time as MiFID II.
How do you prepare for what many thought was impossible?
Already underway, the FCA's hackathon-style event will bring together market participants to contribute to new regulatory technologies.
Maitland's head of hedge fund services discusses cybersecurity and how the firm is restructuring.
The Infancy of Julia: An Inside Look at How Traders and Economists Are Using the Julia Programming Language
Several banks, vendors and a regulator discuss how they are using the Julia programming language to improve their big data analytics capabilities.
Diets are about controlling your intake. Regulations are increasingly about showing that you're in control of your intake of data.
Commissioner J. Christopher Giancarlo issued a scathing rebuke of the proposal's source code provision.
On his departure after seven years in the WatersTechnology group, Michael reflects on the insight and analysis provided while editing Inside Reference Data, including coverage of the long effort to make the legal entity identifier a reality, and the…
Dan and Emilia discuss the November features.
Industry members disagree over the merits of CHX's 350-microsecond speed bump currently awaiting regulatory approval.
John provides a breakdown of the Waters features for November, including the state of Indian HFT and algo trading, and the lack of speed in treasury platforms.
At this year's BST North America Summit, Dessa Glasser stressed the importance of defining data items.
One of the toughest choices firms face is whether to buy or build technology.