John considers some of last week’s top BST stories, including SS&C’s acquisition of Wells Fargo’s fund administration business.
Innovator's sensory 'VEST' could impact how reference data is read and evaluated
Is the emergence of CDOs undoing the separation of market data and reference data functions? And is that the right way to go?
Dan chats with US staff writer Emilia David about their September features.
Even in a world where time is money, it doesn't always pay to be first.
John matches up UK political party leaders with their most likely financial technology startups.
Increasingly interconnected finanical markets present a range of challenges for trading firms looking to leverage their experience and technologies across regions and asset classes.
With a nod to Pete Townshend, nuances of the law in financial data regulations, especially in Europe, could become the most challenging aspect of compliance
Turning to organizing measures like collaboration, ‘microdata’ and application of standards can help manage a deep source of information.
As summer winds down, Anthony looks ahead to an upcoming feature that will take a hard look at the benefits and pitfalls of distributed-ledger technology.
Dan chats with CurveGlobal's CEO Andy Ross prior to its go-live date of September 26.
The threat of an imminent outage isn’t just a technical issue: It’s also an administrative one.
Time isn't on anyone's side, so John thinks it's time for action on MiFID II and the future of Plato Partnership.
Dan gives a preview of issues that need to be addressed before the end of the year.
Machine learning within the buy side is only set to grow, but getting data right is just the start.
Responsibility for compliance with capital adequacy rules dances a polka between the regulators and the regulated
John mulls over a few topics that he believes will play a significant part for what is left of 2016.
Dan gets an update on IEX’s status from president Ronan Ryan.
Ten songs you've already heard but never realized applied to financial technology.
Have you got what it takes to coach your data into delivering a medal-winning performance?
Dan talks with Edward Woodford, CEO of Seed CX, the latest SEF fully registered by the CFTC.
When using data about risk to make predictions, or report accurately to regulators, how can one avoid being wrong?
Going about change in a piecemeal fashion can lead to unwanted results.
IEX, NFX and Seed CX have taken different paths to reach where they are today.