UK-based asset manager Schroders won two categories at this year’s Women in Technology and Data Awards: EDM professional of the year and reference data professional of the year, won by Georgia Prothero and Aouda Bellout, respectively. Victor Anderson…
The DTCC's Jennifer Peve, co-head of the firm's Office of Fintech Strategy, won the technology innovator of the year (vendor) category at this year's Women in Technology and Data Awards.
UnaVista's Wendy Collins, managing director of global strategic partnerships, is the first recipient of the vendor partnership or alliance professional category at the Women in Technology and Data Awards.
Hella Hoffmann, a data scientist at Thomson Reuters Labs, won the rising star (vendor) category at this year's Women in Technology and Data Awards held on the afternoon of March 9 in London.
Schroders' Aouda Bellout won the reference data professional of the year category at this year's London-hosted Women in Technology and Data Awards held on March 9.
Tradeweb's Jennifer Keser won the legal/compliance professional of the year category at this year's Women in Technology and Data Awards held in London.
Bloomberg's Sallianne Taylor won the final category of this year's Women in Technology and Data Awards in London - the woman of the year award.
Schroders' Georgia Prothero won the EDM professional of the year category at this year's Women in Technology and Data Awards held in London.
Thomson Reuters' Debra Walton won the Traiblazer (lifetime achievement) category at the inaugural Women in Technology and Data Awards.
Imagine Software wins the Most Innovative Third-Party Technology Vendor—Risk, Compliance and Reporting category at AFTAs 2017.
SmartStream nabbed the Best Back-Office Initiative category at the 2017 AFTAs.
State Street Global Markets won the Best Cross-Asset Trading Initiative category at the AFTAs 2017.
State Street Global Exchange won the Best Front-Office Initiative at the 2017 AFTAs.
Mike Naughton discusses how the partnership came together and its results.
After winning the coveted vendor innovation category for risk, compliance and reporting at this year’s AFTAs, James Rundle sits down with Imagine Software’s CEO, Lance Smith, to talk about risk, regulation, and what’s coming up in 2018.
After winning the best partnership category at this year’s AFTAs, Symphony’s CEO, David Gurle, and Thomson Reuters’ global head of platform and partners, Yvette Jackson, talk to James Rundle about the origins of the partnership and the power of…
Historically, collaboration between banks hasn’t yielded much success—except, perhaps, when it comes to reference data. James Rundle talks with Peter Moss, CEO of SmartStream’s Reference Data Utility (RDU), about how the project came about, and how it’s…
SmartStream Technologies is the first winner of the best buy-side technology provider category at the BST Awards.
Victor Anderson and Adam Cottingham discuss the upstream and downstream risks associated with manually-intensive corporate actions processes.
SimCorp Coric won the best client reporting and best implementation categories at this year's BST Awards, thanks to its holistic approach to client reporting and communication.
SimCorp won the best portfolio accounting and best IBOR (investment book of record) categories at this year’s BST Awards.
Ullink wins the best low-latency network provider award for the second year running thanks to its Nyfix network.
Victor Anderson and Adam Cottingham discuss how the lack of messaging standards for processing corporate actions is affecting firms' abilities to automate current operations.
In the second installment of this two-part series, Lee Olesky discusses Tradeweb's technology and the role the firm's network plays in enabling electronic fixed-income trading.