Online entries to this year's AFTAs close on the morning of Monday October 17, 2016.
This 12-page special report looks at the promise and hype surrounding distributed-ledger technologies.
Wearable sensory technology, and a self-critical approach to methods of managing data are just two elements out there that can keep data operations sharp. Michael examines how these can enhance intuitions about financial data.
The challenging journey of Europe's new settlement platform and the speculations on the changes it will bring
A centralized utility for AML/KYC data could help financial institutions and regulators monitor fraudulent activities.
After years of rigorous sell-side regulations, the buy side is experiencing its turn in the spotlight as the eventual implementation of Mifid II approaches, but John thinks the European regulators need to decide on a more clearly defined position.
Anthony Malakian talks to several capital markets executives to determine whether irrational exuberance has overtaken common sense.
Dan talks to with Bruno Campenon, Americas head of custody and clearing services for BNP Paribas Securities Services, about the bank gaining approval to be a custodian for CME Clearing.
Industry experts weigh in on how many blockchains are needed in the industry.
Banks are interested in funding its development while venture capitals are waiting in the wings.
"Market data and reference data functions are, if not unifying into a single unit, converging under a common structure."
The allure of creating a digital currency with distributed-ledger technology has continued to grow as financial firms gain a better understanding of how the complex technology works.
Aquis Exchange's Alasdair Haynes talks about his plans to challenge the existing exchange market structure.
When it comes to survival as a fintech startup, Victor says, it's all about sales. If, as the CEO of a startup, you do not spend every hour of every day focusing on sales, you and your business will fail. Period.
Dan and Anthony talk about CBOE agreeing to buy Bats Global Markets.
This year's iteration of the AFTAs will feature a new structure with new categories, including awards for vendors. Here's what you need to know.
Dan and Anthony discuss Thomson Reuters’ purchase of Redi and the most recent Waters event.
Dan chats with US staff writer Emilia David about their September features.
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.
Turning to organizing measures like collaboration, ‘microdata’ and application of standards can help manage a deep source of information.
The incorporation of the risk function into performance reporting and analysis is the outcome of a series of developments triggered by market volatility and regulation.
Dan chats with CurveGlobal's CEO Andy Ross prior to its go-live date of September 26.
How a vendor’s acquisition of a big bank’s platform has led to the development of a utility.