Unstructured data has been around for a long time, but its importance is emerging in new ways
With Dan on vacation Anthony welcomes on his dad, Larry, to talk about a range of topics.
Trading turrets are quickly turning into relics of the trading floor and will soon fall by the wayside.
Proofs of concept still rule when it comes to vendor selection
With US political conventions in full swing, Max outlines his manifesto for data democracy.
Dan and Anthony talk about the future of trading turrets and Sifma's response to the CAT plan.
Following last week’s Waters Rankings 2016, John considers what it takes for buy-side vendors to be climb to the top of the pile.
The hurdles the CAT has faced stem from the SEC giving the power to SROs.
Whether dealing with utility startups or commercial offerings, should you throw your weight behind making something a "standard," or back alternatives in the spirit of healthy competition?
Members of law firm Ropes & Gray's intellectual property team discuss the legal precedents behind licensing disputes, and share advice on how firms should treat datasets that might contain copyrightable IP.
Legal entity identifier backers turn their focus to quality, but volume is still an issue
John introduces himself as the new deputy editor for Buy-Side Technology and considers how in times of upheaval, we look for the comforts of the past.
Waters Wavelength Podcast Episode 26: Wei-Shen Wong, Waters Hong Kong Reporter, Talks Fintech in Asia
Dan talks with Waters Hong Kong-based reporter, Wei-Shen Wong, about fintech hubs in Asia.
Virtual reality headsets could make their way into financial firms and onto trading floors sooner than you think.
The importance of data governance is gaining recognition, making collaboration and leadership more important -- and more challenging
Anthony introduces John Brazier as the site's new Buy-Side Technology deputy editor.
"Consumers must be able and willing to walk away and either buy elsewhere or forgo something."
The key to successful implementations, Victor says, is to sweat the small stuff.
Anthony says that while it’s not often cited as the main reason to move away from email, when it comes to know-your-customer, cybersecurity should be near the top in a pitch meeting.
Dan and Anthony discuss their July features.
Solving data management and regulatory compliance issues requires having correct and accurate data, but also using the right measures for evaluating the data and the right identifiers as barometers of information. Michael checks out schools of thought on…
Improving UX isn't just coming from the 20-somethings crowd.
As four nations ready themselves for battle on the field, Waters determines the winners in both football and Fintech stakes.
If the UK's departure from the European Union is carried out, its financial data professionals will still have plenty to do