Jesse Lund talks about real uses for DLT in the capital markets, lessons learned while rolling out IBM's blockchain platform, and what’s ahead for 2018, and into 2019.
The push to expand oversight of US CCPs is “a clear breach” of 2016 equivalence deal, Quintenz says.
The head of the US depository system says the utility will not exist in its current form, but will have a central role to play in a post-DLT world.
The bond market utility now has 24 banks fully live on the platform with another two set to go live by early Q2.
CPMI's report says existing technology is sufficient at present to deliver the benefits of digital currencies, without introducing new risks.
The past two weeks have seen some major announcements that point to fintechs being even more disruptive than in years past.
Led by OpenFin, FDC3—which includes the likes of RBC, JPMorgan, AllianceBernstein, Citadel and Barclays—aims to create a common language for desktop app interoperability.
Waters looks at major projects being rolled out in 2018 at exchanges in Japan, Australia, Hong Kong and Singapore.
European Commission seeks to build EU fintech lab, promote blockchain and review rules in light of emerging tech.
Trade association is launching a new social media-based platform, reflecting industry shift toward more collaboration.
Waters examines how this recent wave of consolidation is different than previous periods of contraction.
The company, chaired by former Thomson Reuters chief Tom Glocer, will serve as a peer-to-peer network for trade financing.
The Association for Financial Markets in Europe (AFME) released a report looking at the market environment that utilities face. Anthony and James examine its findings.
European trade group releases report highlighting the challenges and opportunities associated with building industry utilities.
Bitcoin conquered the world in 2017, but the performance of the futures looks like it will have to wait longer for take-off.
With compliance and collusion both under the microscope, Max says law courts could play a bigger role in ensuring a healthy and competitive data marketplace.
Securities finance has a new battlefront: two lawsuits alleging anticompetitive behavior in stock lending. At the center of the allegations lies the difficulty of finding actionable price and inventory data for borrowers and lenders alike. Will this…
Victor Anderson, editor-in-chief of Waters, joins the podcast to discuss Temenos’ potential acquisition of Fidessa.
Isda is hoping that the CDM will bring increased automation and efficiency to the derivatives market, and has tapped a fintech startup, REGnosys, to lead the project.
The regulator added new guidance around cybersecurity disclosure controls and insider trading.
Market data fees charged by exchanges continue to be a bone of contention for banks, electronic trading firms and asset managers. And although recent events playing out in the US are adding fuel to the fee fire, frustration levels are rising in Europe…
FCA and CFTC sign agreement on fintech initiatives for cross-Atlantic firms.
Waters Wavelength Podcast Episode 109: An Overview of the CFTC Technology Advisory Committee’s Meeting
Anthony and James talk about how regulators in the US are falling behind other nations' regulators, the lack of talk about Reg AT, and an SRO for cryptocurrencies.
The idea of self-regulation makes for a good soundbite, but the practicality of the matter leaves much to be desired.