RPAs created confusion when introduced by European regulators, which eventually accepted other alternatives, such as CSAs.
Anthony chats with three of the four creators of the Julia programming language.
Firms are now recognizing the opportunities to collaborate and share the costs of managing data in a utility to deliver cleaner, more accurate and cheaper reference data.
Dan and Emilia examine Capgemini’s accelerator program.
Dan and Anthony debate the difference, or lack thereof, between firms labeled fintechs and regtechs.
Dan and Anthony talk about the fallout from the US presidential election and the latest news around Reg AT.
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.
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.
High-frequency trading can be a tough topic to tackle. Regulators around the globe are scrambling to ensure their markets are fair and orderly while drawing in liquidity and lessening spreads. Wei-Shen Wong discusses Indian regulator Sebi’s new proposals…
One of the toughest choices firms face is whether to buy or build technology.
The integration of two separate systems and how they best serve the industry
New treasuries platforms want to be alternatives to high-frequency trading.
The soon-to-be head of tech for CBOE has all the necessary qualities.
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While technology transformation projects can seem more than they are, the reality is a little more practical says John.
Victor Anderson chats to Peter Moss, CEO of SmartStream's Reference Data Utility, about the project's premise and its benefits to industry participants.
The incoming changes to best execution practices mean participants across the industry must get to grips with various data challenges.
Victor sees a bright future for the Julia, the programming language released four years ago, that appears to be striking a chord with capital markets firms of various shapes and size.
Chris Isaacson has helped build Bats Global Markets into one of the largest equity exchange operators in the world, taking on every challenge he’s faced with enthusiam.
Dan chats with BNY Mellon's head of technology about financial firms use of open source and dealing with regulations efficiently.
Dan and Anthony talk about the biggest topics at the most recent Waters event.
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Dan, Anthony and Emilia discuss their three-part blockchain series.