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Anthony Malakian and James Rundle discuss the hottest financial technology topics in the capital markets every week.
 
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Martin Boyd, global head of FIS’s institutional and wholesale business unit, which represents the legacy SunGard suite of services, joins to discuss everything from fintechs to regulation to machine learning to cloud. Before that, though, Anthony and James provide their takeaway after writing extensively about the Consolidated Audit Trail (CAT) ...…
 
Dr Shantanu Chakrabartty is a professor at the McKelvey School of Engineering at Washington University in St Louis. Dr Chakrabartty's research seeks to approach fundamental limits of energy efficiency, sensing and resolution. We talk about self-powered sensors, cyborg insects, and thermodynamically-driven circuits. There's also some advice for ...…
 
Bryan Cross, head of UBS Asset Management’s Quantitative Evidence and Data Science team (QED), joins the podcast to talk about why the firm created the unit in 2018 and examines the alternative data space.3:00 What led UBS Asset Management to create the QED group?6:00 Active versus Passive, and how alternative data fits in.9:00 It’s still early ...…
 
Lars Ottersgård, head of market technology for Nasdaq, joins to discuss what he sees as being the biggest tech trends in the capital markets for 2019 and beyond.1:15 Lars takes a quick look back at highlights from 2018.2:30 He then breaks down what he thinks some of the key tech trends will be for 2019 and beyond. (Cloud will continue to be big ...…
 
First (1:00), the final phases of initial margin rules are expected to capture over the next two years more than 1,000 buy-side and sell-side firms, which technology providers see as potential customers—what are the tech challenges? Then (12:00), James discusses his profile of Robert and Richard Michaud of New Frontier Advisors and why it’s imp ...…
 
Adam Sussman, head of market structure and liquidity partnerships for Liquidnet, joins the podcast to talk about the Members Exchange (MEMX), which is a proposed new venue for trading US stocks that is backed by a consortium of financial firms: Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Charles Schwab, Citadel Securities, E*Trade, Fidelity Investments, Mor ...…
 
This week Bill Murphy, chief technology officer of Blackstone Group, joins to discuss his firm’s migration to the public cloud and what he views as being best practices for going to the cloud. This is Bill's fourth time on the show. Here are the links to his previous conversations.https://www.waterstechnology.com/industry-issues-initiatives/347 ...…
 
Anthony and James discuss the trends that they think will dominate the headlines in 2019:https://www.waterstechnology.com/data-management/4045791/the-best-longform-stories-of-2019Artificial Intelligence (2:00)Blockchain (3:00)Back to AI (4:00)Cloud (6:00)Regulation (9:00)Alternative Data (14:00)Quantum Computing (16:45)M&A (17:30)Market Data Fe ...…
 
With James away in London, Wei-Shen Wong, Asia editor for WatersTechnology, calls in from Hong Kong to give her perspective on trends unfolding in the Asia-Pacific region. They talk about blockchain (3:15), cryptocurrencies and—separately—tokenization (14:15), various forms of artificial intelligence and automation efforts (20:00), the prolifer ...…
 
This week, Anthony and James talk about some of the themes and discussions at our flagship Waters USA conference, which was held in New York City on December 3.Then, James sits down with Raymond Zenkich, president and chief operating officer of crypto insurer BlockRe, to talk about some of the challenges of offering insurance products in such a ...…
 
After a brief break, Anthony and James are back. This week they look ahead to Waters USA, the December issue of Waters, and Brexit.1:00 Waters USA will be held on Monday, Dec. 3, at the Convene on W 46th Street in Manhattan. Anthony first looks at some of the highlights—cloud, artificial intelligence, alternative data, regulation, blockchain—fo ...…
 
This week, Anthony and James look at three news stories. First, a group of central securities depositories are exploring how their roles are translatable to crypto-asset infrastructure. Next, the Depository Trust and Clearing Corp. is moving to the next phase in its project to “re-platform” its credit derivatives processing utility using blockc ...…
 
This week, Anthony and James first take a look at the fight brewing between the exchanges and the trading firms over market data fees, with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) serving as the referee (2:00). Then they caution listeners about believing everything you read when it comes to crypto journalism (11:00). They wrap things up by ...…
 
Rick Lane, CEO of Trading Technologies, joins the podcast to discuss the challenges of completely shifting from a monolith, hard-install platform to a software-as-a-solution (SaaS) delivery basis. He also talks about Chicago’s burgeoning institutional crypto scene. But before that, Anthony and James hit on stories coming out of Sibos, as well a ...…
 
This week, Scott Mullins, worldwide financial services business development lead at Amazon Web Services (AWS), joins the podcast to discuss how capital markets firms are embracing public clouds, how they will look to differentiate themselves as costs come down while capacity increases, and how clouds can help in the evolution of artificial inte ...…
 
This week, Anthony and James look at key themes that arose at several conferences from around the globe over the last two weeks: Brexit and how it will impact Mifid II, disillusionment with blockchain, and data quality challenges. 2:00 Shocking, there are major data challenges relating to Mifid II, according to the chairman of the Autorité des ...…
 
This week, Octavio Marenzi, co-founder and CEO of Opimas, joins the podcast to look at how capital markets firms are incorporating web-scrapping tools in their investment processes, and examines some of the key challenges they face. But before that, with the Blackstone-led consortium’s acquisition of Thomson Reuters’ Financial & Risk business c ...…
 
This week, Eric Bernstein, president of Broadridge’s asset management solutions business, joins the podcast to discuss some of the challenges that buy-side firms in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region are facing, as they try an incorporate emerging technologies amid a fragmented regulatory environment. Before that, Anthony and James talk about two c ...…
 
This week, Anthony and James first look at Nasdaq’s $190 million bid for Cinnober Financial Technologies (1:00-9:30) and then they examine what Wall Street has learned in the 10 years since the collapse of Lehman Brothers (9:30-22:30). Contrary to some, they think that the industry has learned many lessons since September 2008. They wrap things ...…
 
Gerard Francis, global head of enterprise data for Bloomberg, joins Anthony Malakian on the podcast to discuss data fragmentation issues in the capital markets.Bloomberg announced this week the launch of Enterprise Access Point, an online open data and linked data platform that provides normalized reference, pricing, regulatory and historical d ...…
 
This week Anthony and James dig into IHS Markit's new cloud-based TradeServ platform, which will eventually replace MarkitSERV's DSMatch platform, and host MarkitWire, Markit Trade Manager, among others. Since the rollout is also connected to the Depository Trust & Clearing Corp.'s (DTCC) new Trade Information Warehouse (TIW), which will be bui ...…
 
The September issue of Waters will mark our 25th anniversary as a publication. For it, Anthony and James spoke with over three-dozen senior executives in technology to hear their thoughts as to which technologies and enhancements will transform the capital markets over the next quarter century. For the podcast, they provide some takeaways from ...…
 
This week, Josephine Gallagher, European reporter for Waters, calls in from London to talk with Anthony about the exchange-traded funds (ETF) marketplace. After speaking with experts from Goldman Sachs Asset Management, Vanguard, State Street Global Advisors and more for her August feature, she explains how technology is playing a greater role ...…
 
Kathryn Guarini, vice president of IBM Industry Research, and Bob Sutor, vice president of IBM Q strategy and ecosystem for IBM Research, talk with Anthony about advancements that have been made in the quantum space and explore what might be ahead. 2:45 Bob starts off by explaining where we are today with quantum development, how we got here an ...…
 
Dr R Jacob Baker is Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at University of Nevada, Las VegasDr. Baker has won numerous awards inclding UNLV ECE Department Distinguished Professor of the Year in 2015, IEEE Fellow for contributions to the design of memory circuits in 2013, Distinguished Lecturer for the IEEE Solid-State Circuits Societ ...…
 
Greg Skibiski, co-founder and CEO of Thasos Group, a startup that provides geospatial data to the hedge fund industry, joins the podcast to discuss the alternative data sector and provides insights into some of the challenges, trends and use cases for this information. Beginning-1:45 Greg Skibiski joins the podcast and gives a quick recap of wh ...…
 
Last week, Anthony and James discussed the announcement that State Street was buying Charles River Development. Well, a week later, and after speaking with over a dozen industry sources, they are back to dig deeper into this significant acquisition (2:15). But first, they look at some recent developments in the bitcoin ETF space, which is a top ...…
 
Big news today, as it was announced that State Street is buying order management system (OMS) giant Charles River. Anthony and James give their initial thoughts, though a longer, well-reported feature will be coming next week. They also discuss the alternative data space and, specifically, climate change data.1:30 Holy crap… State Street is buy ...…
 
Dr Shanthi Pavan is a Professor of Electrical Engineering at the Indian Institute of Technology, ChennaiDr. Pavan is the recipient of the Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar Award in Engineering Sciences (2012), IEEE Circuits and Systems Society Darlington Best Paper Award (2009), the Swarnajayanthi Fellowship (2010, from the Government of India) , the You ...…
 
This week, Anthony and James take a look at the tumultuous interdealer broker space and where it stands after John Phizackerley’s ouster at TP Icap (2:00). They then briefly discuss the latest bitcoin exchange-traded fund (ETF) filing and whether these instruments will become a reality in the near future (8:00). And finally, James gives a quick ...…
 
Phil Christianson, director of product management at Eze Software, joins the podcast to discuss ways in which firms of all types and sizes can improve their use of the Agile methodology (12:15-29:00). But before that, Anthony and James first look at House Bill 4785 and explain why it could be a problem for the construction of the Consolidated A ...…
 
This week’s podcast is new and improved thanks to a large investment to improve the sound quality of the show. Let us know what you think. Also on the show, Anthony and James discuss Digital Reasoning’s soon-to-be-released Cognition platform (3:30) and give a preview of the July issue of Waters (11:00). Additionally, Anthony goes off on a convo ...…
 
On the podcast this week, Anthony and James first look at recent Brexit developments and examine how tech providers—and, specifically, Approved Publication Arrangement (APA) operators—are dealing with the looming 2019 Brexit deadline (1:15). They then provide a quick update in the fight between the Singapore Exchange (SGX) and the National Stoc ...…
 
Dr Albert Theuwissen is CEO and Founder of Harvest ImagingSince 2001 he has been a part-time professor at TU Delft where he coaches PhD students researching CMOS image sensors.He received his Ph.D. degree from KU Leuven in 1983.Worked at Philips Research Laboratories in Eindhoven where he became head of the department of Imaging Devices in 1991 ...…
 
On the podcast, Anthony and James read the tealeaves after William Hinman, head of the division of corporation finance for the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), said that “current offers and sales of ether are not securities transactions,” and what that could mean for cryptos, including bitcoin, going forward (2:45). Then they shift the ...…
 
This week on the podcast, Anthony and James first look at the London Stock Exchange’s outage that resulted from “technical issues” with its auction system, and why the industry should expect more glitches—across the world—in the future. Then they turn their attention to both failed blockchain projects and projects that were announced last year ...…
 
On the podcast, Wei-Shen Wong, Waters’ Asia editor, joins to discuss the dispute unfolding between the Singapore Exchange (SGX) and India’s National Stock Exchange (NSE) over index licensing. Before that, though, Anthony and James look at how the European Securities and Markets Authority (Esma) has come down on reporting platforms, saying that ...…
 
This week, Chris Isaacson, the chief information officer of Cboe Global Markets, joins the podcast to discuss the exchange operator’s mass migration of its futures and options exchanges to a brand-new technology base. Ever since Cboe acquired Bats in 2017—and, as Chris tells James, even before the ink was on the page—the plan had been to move t ...…
 
Wavelength Podcast Episode 121: An Examination of CQRS; Coinbase’s Institutional PlayThis week, Dave Remy, the chief technology officer for Linedata’s asset management vertical, and Chris Condron, principal software architect in the asset management unit, join the podcast to discuss developments in the CQRS-ES space. For those not in the know, ...…
 
This week, Anthony and James examine the issue of clearinghouse management and the risk of non-default losses at a center counterparty clearinghouse (CCP). Essentially, how do these entities manage operational risks around cyber-attacks, fraud or disaster recovery. Futures Commission Merchants (FCMs) argue that they shouldn’t be responsible for ...…
 
Dr Gert Cauwenberghs is Professor of Bioengineering and Co-Director of the Institute for Neural Computation at UC San Diego, La Jolla CA.Received his Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering from CalTech in 1994 and undergraduate in his native Brussels in 1988.Previously Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Johns Hopkins University ...…
 
On the podcast, Anthony and James examine the M&A space, specifically as it pertains to acquisition-hungry SS&C and its aborted bid for Fidessa. They also hit on all the features that have gone live in the last week and then have a discussion about data privacy and how much people are willing to give away.0:00-4:30 Housekeeping notes and how to ...…
 
Anthony calls James from Raleigh, North Carolina, where he’s spending his vacation, to talk about happenings from the past week. Included is a look at both RTS 27 and RTS 28 in Europe, how exchanges are using AI to monitor their markets and how some are worried that so-called Big Tech providers like Google might start taking aim at the financia ...…
 
On the podcast, Anthony and James take a look at some of the topics that will be discussed at this year’s North American Innovation Summit, including artificial intelligence (AI), chatbots and fintech disruption.To hear the full interview, listen in the player above, or you can download it.0:30 The North American Innovation Summit—register toda ...…
 
On the podcast, Anthony and James first discuss the potential Temenos-Fidessa deal and what the entry of SS&C Technologies and Ion Investment Group means for Fidessa going forward (4:15). Then they turn their attention to bitcoin, but rather than look at it as an investment vehicle, they examine some of the byproducts of bitcoin, such as the en ...…
 
This week, Anthony and James look at CME Group’s potential acquisition of NEX Group, with a focus on what this deal entails from a trading-platform perspective, how it might affect the fintech venture capital space, and how Brexit plays into this deal (2:00-11:00) and then Anthony talks about this weekend’s fight between Anthony Joshua and Jose ...…
 
Fresh off his trip down to Florida for the FIA Boca conference, James Rundle talks to (a very jealous) Anthony Malakian about some of the key topics of discussion from the event.2:00 FIA Boca is increasingly becoming a tech conference.4:00 How the DTCC plans to evolve in a post-blockchain world.6:30 What other blockchain/DLT stories came out of ...…
 
Jesse Lund, head of blockchain solutions for IBM’s Financial Services unit, joins the podcast to discuss the evolution of blockchain.2:30 Jesse gives a quick look at the IBM Blockchain Platform.5:00 Real use cases for blockchain in the capital markets.8:30 How do cryptocurrencies come into play with blockchain’s development?12:00 Which sectors ...…
 
After a bit of a lackluster performance last week (apologies), Anthony and James return with renewed vigor to discuss fintechs. We know, we know… you’ve heard this conversation before. Well, our hosts point to several news events to highlight what they believe is a true sea change in the fintech discussions. That goes on for about 36 minutes, a ...…
 
This week, Anthony and James look at some of the challenges that utilities face getting off the ground and look at whether or not emerging technologies like artificial intelligence and blockchain can help their efforts to gain momentum (3:00). They then hit on some of the features from the latest issues of both Waters and from Inside Data Manag ...…
 
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