Waters Wavelength Podcast Episode 24: Blockchain Adoption with Richard Johnson, Greenwich Associates
Dan and Anthony chat with Richard Johnson, vice president of market structure and technology at Greenwich Associates.
Dan makes a prediction on what the long-term effects of Brexit will be.
Looking for exposure to alternative investments? You'll need alternative types of data.
Dan and Anthony look at the impact of Brexit and recap a couple of events they attended during the week.
Will fintech in London falter? Will it be tougher to attract talent? Will it be more difficult to raise money? Will jobs be slashed? These are just some of the questions that have arisen post-Brexit.
The growth of technology is enabling the human aspect of asset management to flourish, to the benefit of both the industry and individuals.
Early push to mine blockchain's foundation for data management gives way to realities
Dan provides a template for how every vendor should pitch its product.
Fintech's younger sibling is growing as regulation bites financial institutions
What's in a name? It's not just your brand; It's also your calling card.
Being able to question and challenge those in power is not only good for reporters, but also for aspiring technologists
Dan and Anthony are joined by Blackstone CTO Bill Murphy, who talks business vs. technology, vendor pitches and much more.
Silicon Valley has long been the epicenter of groundbreaking ideas, but Wall Street isn't always an easy place to implement change.
I find myself between a rock and hard place. Two weeks ago, a data notification from Thomson Reuters passed over my desk in which the vendor informed end users that Japanese publisher, information and index provider Nikkei will introduce data fees for…
When deciding who to follow on data management designs, make sure they're in touch with users' needs
Dan goes solo to talk about his trip to Toronto.
Rising regulations could end up helping big banks in the long term when it comes to their competiting with smaller firms.
Specific challenges for compliance with European market information rules become clearer
Fees aren't immoral or unethical... mostly.
The C-level might not be buying in at many buy-side firms, a recent survey shows.
Dan and Anthony talk about the June features.
The front office needs to have its market data teams' backs, not back them into a corner.
As summer begins, the effectiveness of Solvency II regulation will play out
Anthony ties the movie Top Gun to HFT, IoT and AI...naturally.