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Shortlisting Trade Surveillance Solutions

2018-09-26

Executive Summary Market abuse surveillance requirements vary significantly by type of market participant, applicable regulations, and the trading strategies employed. To assist with trade surveillance vendor selections, this report details the leading market surveillance providers – as well as additional obligations they are capable of assisting with, including: e-communications monitoring, voice surveillance, trade reconstruction requirements, and best execution reporting. This report also highlights novel ways in which solutions are improving alerting methodologies, as well as providing additional business insights for the market participants they serve. Readers are encouraged to use this report in order to quickly create a shortlist of the vendors suited for further consideration. Even with Nasdaq SMARTS and NICE Actimize together owning over half of the US$284mn spend on trade and order surveillance software, new entrants are aggressively vying for business. While the market will likely experience further consolidation in the next 12-18 months, new solutions are pushing the quality of surveillance forward across the board. Established solutions have, in several cases, adopted innovative approaches that were first introduced by newcomers to better target alerts, understand trader behavior, surface business insights, meet broader regulatory obligations, and automate investigations. Looking at the field of solutions addressing trade and order surveillance requirements, there are only a few that produce alerts across both trade and communications data, including NICE Actimize, Bloomberg, and Behavox, and to a more limited extent Software AG, Scila, b-next, Trapets, and Irisium. At this stage only NICE Actimize and Behavox produce alerts for voice communications alongside trade and e-communications surveillance. Because the expansion of recent regulations, including the Market Abuse Directive (MAD) and the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID II), has increased the buy side’s trade surveillance and reporting obligations, several vendors have specifically marketed themselves to asset managers and hedge funds. ACA Technology, RIMES Technologies, Behavox, NICE Actimize, TradingHub, and Sybenetix (purchased by Nasdaq SMARTS in the summer of 2017), have all made a concerted push to win buy side clients transitioning away from reliance on their brokers and manual processes for market abuse and insider trading surveillance. A few young firms like Aquis Surveillance and Bay Street Tech have positioned themselves to support the surveillance needs of exchanges, a group currently served predominantly by Nasdaq SMARTS and Scila. Other solutions have made inroads in specific geographies. b-next has been a leader in Germany for well over two decades. Neurensic (recently purchased by Trading Technologies), Trillium, and ACA Technology have thus far focused their attention primarily on the United States. In Asia, the Technancial Company provides competition to market leader Nasdaq SMARTS. Scandinavia is served by a host of local players, including Scila, Trapets, and Itiviti. In addition to on-premise and hosted deployment options, a few vendors also offer surveillance BPO. Trapets, Aquis, and ACA Technology both offer to stand as the first line of defense investigating alerts for market participants who are too small to hire a full-time compliance officer, or who need to augment their existing team. Across the entire trade and order surveillance solution landscape, variety rules. When selecting a solution to install, augment, or replace current surveillance approaches, firms will need to be sure that they appropriately shortlist the vendors best positioned to meet their needs. In this report, Opimas provides mapping tools and vendor profiles to help the reader quickly identify the solutions that most warrant further investigation.

  Report

Beyond Cryptocurrencies: Order and Progress For Digital Assets

2018-09-14

The mood is clearly changing towards digital assets, in spite of—or perhaps because of—the frenzied market activity surrounding them. Once referred to as a bubble and infamously labeled by some a fraud, cryptocurrencies have created a fair amount of controversy while also whetting the appetite of eager investors. In 2017, they were completely banned by Nepal’s central bank, followed in 2018 by Pakistan’s central bank. And while other countries such as Bolivia, Ecuador and Kyrgyzstan remain strongly opposed to Bitcoin, cryptocurrencies are likely here to stay and, therefore, market players should be prepared. There’s plenty of work to do, and myriad issues with which to contend. Inconsistent Regulatory  Framework Digital assets pose a clear challenge to regulators around the globe, and the inconsistent regulatory framework needs to be addressed. Their censorship-resistant nature and suspicious roots in dark web activities have fueled major opposition from regulators. The market has evolved into an innovation incubator, however, so it seems likely that regulators will, in the short term, provide more clarity regarding the requirements and taxation of digital-asset trading activity. Technical & business aspects key to investment strategy The mastery of the technical and business aspects of digital assets is crucial to drive investment strategy. A cryptocurrency won’t survive if it’s not absolutely dedicated to its purpose, meaning that no alternative can be used to complete the same function or acquire the service. For example, Ether, the cryptocurrency based on the Ethereum protocol, is required for users to leverage the Ethereum infrastructure, which has a specific added value linked to its smart contract capability. Hence, the adoption of Ether is strongly correlated to the value of the Ethereum infrastructure. Too often, the market is plagued by amateurish investors that rely solely on growth market value to make investment decisions. In the highly illiquid and opaque side of the Initial Coin Offering (ICO) market, this approach can quickly turn investors into victims of market manipulation. Diversification & market value growth While the market has long been dominated by Bitcoin in both market value and trading volume, the situation is quite different today, with the diversification of digital-asset instruments and growth of market value. In 2014, Bitcoin represented 87% of the digital-asset market value at US$8.1 billion; it now accounts for only 34% at around US$120 billion. Ether is ranked in second place with 14% of market value at US$48 billion. In fact, the liquidity available on these two leading cryptocurrencies is now on par with those of traditional equities listed on Nasdaq like Salesforce, Intel, etc. In addition, a vast number of digital assets have emerged as Altcoins, alternative cryptocurrencies that followed the launch of Bitcoin, and asset-backed tokens, which represent significant investment and hedging opportunities. In the first six months of 2018 alone, the funds raised through ICOs reached US$13.7 billion. As of August, the overall digital market value was estimated to be around US$350 billion, but a selloff in early September would cut that down by roughly 47%. Crypto funds struggling with expansion While the number of funds dedicated to digital assets has increased significantly in recent years, the lack of regulatory certainty, coupled with the often-amateurish operations of funds, has limited the ability to tap into funding from institutional investors. Today, despite interest from asset managers, crypto funds mostly rely on high-net-worth (HNW) individuals and family offices for investment. In fact, if we analyze the assets under management in crypto funds expressed in Bitcoin, it is now equivalent to its January 2016 value (see Figure 1), as numerous investors cashed out during the astonishing growth of 2017. The market has yet to rebound to its peak of December 2016. Greater participation from institutional investors will require clarification from regulators and the development of market solutions to address institutional investors’ concerns, e.g., custody. Also, a professionalization of the market will be needed for growth, its reputation has been tarnished by financially unskilled crypto-fund managers. Opimas estimates that only around 20 out of 400 crypto funds can meet institutional investor requirements. Figure 1. AuM of Crypto funds is still below its peak of December 2016 Source: Opimas analysis Institutional money holds off—for now There is a lot of discussion in the press and at industry conferences about the growing appetite of institutional investors for digital assets. This has not yet translated into increased activity in the market, however. It is often claimed that this is primarily due to the lack of regulatory clarity. This explanation is not sufficient, as CME Group and Cboe Global Markets Bitcoin future contracts represent a viable route to gain exposure to the crypto market without fear of being confronted by potential regulatory issues. The aggregated volume of open interest on both exchanges, however, has not seen the kind of growth one would expect if significant institutional money was pouring in. From 16 January to 10 August of 2018, the aggregated value of Bitcoin futures open interest on both exchanges increased from BTC11,611 to BTC18,697, accounting for only an additional US$50 million of exposure. Regulation is not the sole factor preventing institutional investor participation in the digital asset market. The dearth of expertise and understanding of the asset is also a limiting factor, especially when coupled with narrow support from traditional service providers in the capital markets industry. Market structure is still heterogeneous A number of exchanges have emerged to aggregate and facilitate trading of this new breed of asset class and are flourishing. Today, the market is dominated by pure crypto exchanges that account for 69% of trading volume, indicating that many investors are now mostly trading within the digital asset realm. Fiat vs. cryptocurrency exchanges only account for 6% of trading volume.  However, numerous solutions provided are, in fact, half-backed, meaning that they leverage established technological approaches and apply them to a new type of protocol and infrastructure.  First, after a number of hacking scandals, the market moved away from online exchange platforms’ crypto “hot wallet” storage solutions. Now, the relevance of the centralized exchange model is being questioned and some market participants regard a decentralized exchange model as the potential next step in the evolution of the digital asset market. In addition, there is significant activity being conducted over the counter (OTC) and, therefore, can go unreported. Nevertheless, while the situation might differ from one digital asset to another, a close analysis of the blockchain record of transaction does not point in the direction of a massive reliance on OTC trading, which actually seems to be aligned with exchange-reported volume. Hot FinTech space answers market need Given that cryptocurrencies are mostly a technological play, it is not surprising that a burgeoning FinTech ecosystem is quickly taking shape around them. Numerous start-ups have emerged to answer market needs and regulatory concerns in every step of the value chain.  We see companies providing blockchain transaction record analysis to facilitate Know Your Customer/Anti-Money Laundering (KYC/AML) compliance requirements; hardware/software tools to ensure the safekeeping of private keys and digital wallets; and crypto-fund administration, regulatory and tax reporting solutions, etc. Yet not all solutions have passed stringent, operational due diligence analysis, though they are working on providing the relevant systems to meet new market requirements. It is also worth pointing out that a number of these FinTech start-ups are evolving to become regulated financial entities to facilitate regulatory compliance and ensure the durability of their business models. FIs must move beyond PR announcements   In the past year, many traditional financial institutions have made announcements, typically forward-looking, about their crypto strategy. One such company is Goldman Sachs, which announced in early May 2018 that it would launch a cryptocurrency trading desk, allowing clients to trade bitcoin as a non-deliverable forward, though bank executives have not yet set a timetable for the operation. In many cases, crypto-related announcements from firms are more a communications move rather than a strategic plan tied to implementation phases.  If the digital asset market is to mature and include traditional institutional players, then it’s time to move away from PR to implementation. There are numerous revenue opportunities in the digital asset space that will allow traditional financial institutions to leverage their existing competencies and build partnerships with relevant FinTech companies. Each type of market player, from exchanges to broker/dealers to custodians, should consider developing services for the emerging digital asset market. Custodians are the financial institutions that have the most to win—or lose. The digital asset market represents a paradigm shift in the provision of safekeeping and custody services. This situation is well understood by Nomura, which in May 2018 launched Komainu, a venture with Ledger and Global Advisor Holdings to provide institutional-grade digital asset custody services. Within the value chain, mastering these elements will open up significant opportunities beyond just the financial markets as securing sensitive data in myriad industries has become the holy grail of our time. The recent scandals involving 87 million Facebook users whose personally identifiable information was improperly provided to political consultancy Cambridge Analytica and the 380,000 British Airways clients whose credit card information was stolen clearly point towards an increased need for improved data protection solutions. And unlike the current approach taken by financial institutions to gain experience with blockchain technology through industry consortia and reliance on private blockchains, the digital asset market offers the opportunity to acquire expertise in a live environment. The combined and collaborative efforts of regulators, FinTech companies and financial institutions can more readily steer "Ordem e Progresso"—Order and Progress—in the digital asset market.

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Opima's research analysts have expertise in asset management, equities and fixed income, currencies and commodities trading, market structure, securities processing, regulation, and the growing influence of FinTech on business and organizational operations.

Octavio Marenzi
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Octavio Marenzi is the co-founder and CEO of Opimas. He directs the firm's research in the areas of equities trading, asset management, and regulation.

Octavio has performed a variety of consulting engagements including the: Creation of an international expansion strategy for a major US derivatives exchange;

Analysis of the impact of the merger of two major Austrian banks, including identification of cost and revenue synergies;

Delineation of the strategy for the merger of the back-office and technology operations of two major Wall Street brokerage firms;

Review of non-Japan Asia equities markets for a major Japanese bank. This involved market sizing, competitive landscape, and recommendations for acquisitions.

Prior to founding Opimas, Octavio was the founder and CEO of Celent, which was acquired by Oliver Wyman. At Oliver Wyman, he served on the firm’s management committee, overseeing 2,000 consultants globally. Previously, he worked at UBS in their asset management division in Zurich, as well as at Booz, Allen & Hamilton’s financial service group in New York. He received his MSc and BSc degrees in mechancial engineering from MIT.

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Axel Pierron is the co-founder and managing director of Opimas. He directs the firm's research in the areas of market structure and Fixed Income, Currencies, and Commodities (FICC).

Axel has performed a variety of consulting engagements including the: Assessment of the impact of the post-trade infrastructure regulatory evolution in Europe for a leading securities services provider;

Due diligence on a global securities servicing and IT provider for a leading European private equity firm;

Evaluation of the options available (business and trading model) for a major European exchanges to develop a fixed income trading platform;

Creation of a multi- market entry strategy for a global derivatives exchange;

Prior to joining Opimas, Axel was the founder of Bedade a network sourced data platform. Previously, he was the manager in charge of the global capital market practice at Celent, an Oliver Wyman company.

He received his Master from SKEMA business school.

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April 26, 2018
Deutsche Bank pulls investment banking programmes after YEARS of failure: UK jobs at risk
By David Dawkins

 

April 18, 2018
Morgan Stanley reports record profits on trading surge
By Elizabeth Pfeuti and Portia Crowe

 

April 18, 2018
Morgan Stanley warns on volatility after profit jump
By Aparajita Saxena and Lauren Tara LaCapra
 

April 18, 2018
Morgan Stanley is gaining ground after a record-setting quarter
By Graham Rapier


 

April 18, 2018
Morgan Stanley profit surges, but CFO warns about risk of volatility
By Aparajita Saxena and Lauren Tara LaCapra


April 18, 2018
Morgan Stanley profit hits record amid Trump-trade worries
By James Langford


April 18, 2018
Morgan Stanley warns about volatility after profit jump




April 18, 2018
Morgan Stanley profit jumps 40 pct on trading boost
 

April 18, 2018
Morgan Stanley does better than expected in Q1 but remains cautious

 


April 18, 2018
Morgan Stanley is Doing Better Than Expected in the First Quarter But Remains Cautious
 

April 17, 2018
Goldman Sachs profits soar as bond traders stop the rot
By Portia Crowe

 


April 17, 2018
ECB fears for withdrawal of €1.1TRILLION Deutsche Bank – and impact on the global economy
By David Dawkins

 

April 16, 2018
Bank of America hits profit high—but investment bank stumbles
By Portia Crowe


April 16, 2018
Banking Business Live
By Julia Kollewe


April 13, 2018
Opimas CEO: Expect banks to report healthy first-quarter earnings
 

April 13, 2018
Wells Fargo Reactions: 'Regulators Are Going to Make Life Very Difficult'
By Ben Eisen


April 13, 2018
Wells Fargo faces $1 billion US penalty for mortgage, auto abuses
By Kevin Dugan
 

April 13, 2018
JPMorgan is rallying after earnings (JPM)
By Graham Rapier
 

April 13, 2018
Citigroup’s stock traders help drive profits at investment bank
By Fareed Sahloul
 

April 13, 2018
JPMorgan Earnings Reaction: 'Very, Very Solid'
By Ben Eisen

April 13, 2018
Bank stocks slip on signs of worry about the US economy
By Kevin Dugan

April 13, 2018
JPMorgan gains after breakout earnings report
By Graham Rapier
 

April 13, 2018
New LSE CEO Indicates Deal Appetite
By Shanny Basar



April 11, 2018
Deutsche Bank woes escalate with £6m bill to sack CEO John Cryan
By David Dawkins


April 10, 2018
Reuters - Top firm expected to complete review of investment bank within weeks

 


April 10, 2018
I-bank strategy remains 'key question mark' as Deutsche changes CEO
By Vanya Damyanova

 


April 9, 2018
Deutsche Bank's new CEO takes sober look at 'ugly' investment bank
By Tom Sims

 

April 9, 2018
Deutsche pivots away from investment bank with Sewing named CEO
By Paul Clarke
 




April 9, 2018
Deutsche Bank ousts British CEO after two-week boardroom battle
By Julia Kollewe
 

 

April 9, 2018
Deutsche Bank’s reshuffle leaves analysts questioning its future direction
By Silvia Amaro
 


April 8, 2018
Deutsche Bank picks retail specialist Christian Sewing as CEO
By Andreas Framke and Tom Sims



April 8, 2018
Christian Sewing confirmed as new Deutsche Bank head to replace chief executive John Cryan
By Jasper Jolly and Lucy White
 

April 8, 2018
Deutsche Bank picks insider Christian Sewing as new CEO
By Andreas Framke and Tom Sims
 

April 8, 2018
Deutsche Bank picks insider Christian Sewing as new CEO


April 3, 2018
Fintech takes on the front office
By Danielle Myles

 


March 28, 2018
Trading Software Threatens to Become Next MiFID II Cost Battle
By Samuel Agini


March 28, 2018
Deutsche Bank : John Cryan finds it tough at the top of Germany’s totemic lender
By Jasper Jolly

 



March 26, 2018
Europe’s costly financial shake-up may yet benefit a post-Brexit UK
By Juliet Samuel

 

March 26, 2018
Mifid’s calm start belies research ‘devils in detail’
By Hannah Murphy
 


March 23, 2018
Cambridge Analytica scandal a ‘wake-up call’ for fund managers
By David Ricketts
 

March 21, 2018
US central bank raises interest rates to 1.75%
By Ben Chu



March 20, 2018
Don’t Follow the Easy Money
By Harje Ronngard




March 7, 2018
Volatility bounce fuels hope for better i-bank revenues after slump in 2017
By Vanya Damyanova
 


February 27, 2018
Brexit Job Losses Dwarfed By Impact Of FinTech
By Shanny Basar
 



February 20, 2018
The robots of finance and the dark side of the markets
By Vittorio Carlini

 


February 19, 2018
Sit, wait, hope: How banks plan to improve returns
By David Wighton
 

February 14, 2018
Technology spend growing at expense of trader salaries
By Karl Flinders

 


February 12, 2018
Technology Cycle At ‘Breakpoint’
By Shanny Basar




February 12, 2018
AI, Behavioral Analytics & Holistic Approaches to Surveillance
By John D’Antona




February 9, 2018
What the 1980s Can Teach Us About Wall Street’s Survival
By Jeffrey Kutler
 


February 8, 2018
JPMorgan hands data science role to equities trading head
By David Ricketts


February 8, 2018
Market surveillance spending to reach $1.4bn by 2021
By Hayley McDowell
 

February 2, 2018
Deutsche Bank urges patience after third annual loss
By Tom Sims and Arno Schuetze
 


Feb. 2, 2018
Deutsche Bank posts third annual loss in a row after US tax hit
By Jasper Jolly
 

February 2, 2018
Deutsche Bank urges patience after third annual loss



January 31, 2018
Future investment prediction: Will AI soon beat Buffett's returns?

 


January 23, 2018
Man Group boss says adopt big data or get ‘eaten alive’
By Tabby Kinder
 


January 18, 2018
A Threat to Bad Actors: The Rise of Artificial Intelligence
By Katherine Heires
 




January 18, 2018
Morgan Stanley saved from trading revenue toils by wealth management
By Jasper Jolly

 



January 18, 2018
After “Beating” in the Quarter, Goldman Seeks to Get Up
 

January 17, 2018
Goldman asks for time to improve its trading business
By Ben McLannahan
 



January 17, 2018
Goldman Sachs posts first quarterly loss in six years
By Kevin Dugan



January 17, 2018
The Intertwined Relationship Between Humans and AI
By Aggelos Andreou


January 15, 2018
MiFID II may spur more regulation as costs come to light: Moody's
By Susanna Rust


January 10, 2018
For Whom the Death Bell Tolls: As AI Approaches, 230,000 on Wall Street Will Be Unemployed


January 8, 2018
I, Robot?


January 8, 2018
EU’s MiFID II rules aim to make finance fairer but could make situation worse




January 5, 2018
Financial Institutions Preparing for New EU Regulation
 


January 4, 2018
Mifid 2: "big bang" in the European market
 


January 4, 2018
Mifid II starts without big mishaps
By Michael Ferber

January 4, 2018
MiFID 2: The ‘Big Bang’ in the European Market



January 4, 2018
A debut with few exchanges (and some doubts)
 

January 3, 2018
Mifid II launch overshadowed by futures delay
By Philip Stafford and Hannah Murphy
 

January 3, 2018
Breakingviews: EU’s market big bang offers clear pain, fuzzy gain
By Neil Unmack


January 3, 2018
MiFID II launch hit by futures fears over Brexit
By Eugene Costello
 


January 3, 2018
The Mifid 2 debuts with three surprise extensions on the futures markets



January 3, 2018
Three clearing houses granted extension for MiFID II
By Lucy Skoulding



January 3, 2018
MiFID II trips up on first day. Last minute extensions given to large venues, but will small brokers be a target?
By Andrew Saks-McLeod


January 3, 2018
Britain, Germany Get Extension to MiFID II Implementation Directive. What Does It Mean for Markets?



January 3, 2018
Revolution in the European financial sector before the arrival of the new regulation, Mifid II



January 3, 2018
MIFID II, regulatory earthquake comes into force. Not for the futures markets of London and Frankfurt
By Laura Naka Antonelli




January 3, 2018
With MiFID II Here, A Futures Delay in Great Britain and Germany




January 2, 2018
How to survive robot revolution? Learn to work with them

January 1, 2018
European finance sector scrambles over Mifid II rules
By Hannah Murphy

December 29, 2017
Top 10 artificial intelligence stories of 2017
By Zach Emmanuel




December 29, 2017
Hedge Fund Performance Gradually Exceeding Humans with AI Operations
By Chen Zhide

December 27, 2017
Big Asset Managers Set to Benefit from MiFID II Legislation
By Hannah Murphy and Attracta Mooney
 

December 18, 2017
Alpha Agenda, week before Christmas edition
By Alexandra Scaggs


December 13, 2017
Technology to shake-up custody business
By Andrew O’Neill


December 13, 2017
Mifid II: who pays, who benefits?




December 7, 2017
ASX Gives Green Light to Clearing Blockchain
By Anthony Malakian and Wei Shen-Wong




December 6, 2017
Hedge Funds Face New Era As AI Becomes a Master Of The Universe
 

December 5, 2017
How AI Will Invade Every Corner of Wall Street
By Nishant Kumar
 

December 5, 2017
French banks: The new teams to beat in Europe
By David Wighton
 

December 5, 2017
Breaking Down AI: How—and When—Will It Alter the Capital Markets Infrastructure?
 

December 1, 2017
How to Survive Wall Street’s Robot Revolution
By Hugh Son and Jennifer Surane

 

November 28, 2017
AI and Derivatives – What You Need to Know
By Emily Fraser Voigt?


November 27, 2017
Blockchain’s Myths Starting to Fade
By Lynn Strongin Dodds
 

November 23, 2017
Regulator Reveals Bank Compliance Officers' Top Challenges
By Mark Taylor


November 22, 2017
Hedge Funds Swarm to Alternative Data in Search for Returns
By Lydia Tomkiw
 

November 22, 2017
Taking the Block Out of Blockchain
By Izabella Kaminska

November 20, 2017
NatWest software robots to advise customers on investments
By Karl Flinders

November 15, 2017
Tweets as valuable as company data for hedge funds
By Tabby Kinder

November 14, 2017
In Capital Markets, Blockchain's Evolution Has Left the Bitcoin Model Behind
By Anthony Malakian

 

November 14, 2017
MiFID II May Push EU Trading Abroad
By Shanny Basar
 

November 13, 2017
Some CIOs at FTSE listed companies don’t know what robotic process automation is
By Karl Flinders




November 7, 2017
AI’s Rise Will Put Wall Street Jobs at Risk: Report
By Lynn Strongin-Dodds




November 6, 2017
Artificial Intelligence in Finance Brings Risks to Stability


November 5, 2017
Put the spotlight on big business to grow U.S. jobs
By Bill Crawford




November 5, 2017
To keep business booming, there’s one small thing GOP leaders should add to tax reform bill




November 5, 2017
Bill Crawford: Put the spotlight on big business to grow U.S. jobs




November 4, 2017
Robots in finance bring new risks to stability, regulators warn


November 4, 2017
Global markets: Robots in finance bring new risks to stability, regulators warn
 


November 3, 2017
AI could magnify groupthink’s worst tendencies, study says


November 3, 2017
Robots in finance bring new risks to stability, regulators warn



 

November 1, 2017
MiFID II’s Collateral Damage
By Danielle Myles
 

November 1, 2017
Robots in Finance Bring New Risks to Stability, Regulators Warn
By Silla Brush




November 1, 2017
Robots in finance bring new risks to stability, regulators warn


November 1, 2017
Artificial intelligence in finance: threat or opportunity?
 


October 31, 2017
BNP Paribas bond traders suffer in ‘lacklustre’ market
By Tim Burke


October 27, 2017
Swiss Bank UBS Profits Up as Boss Hails Asian Growth and Says London Job Moves “More and More Unlikely”
By Jasper Jolly


October 27, 2017
Top firm boss says big London job moves "more and more unlikely"
 

October 26, 2017
Deutsche Bank revenue drops amid weak markets and restructuring
By Tom Sims and Arno Schuetze
 

October 26, 2017
Deutsche Bank revenue drops amid weak markets and restructuring
 


October 26, 2017
Investment banking pain deepens at Deutsche Bank
By Tim Burke and Fareed Sahloul


October 26, 2017
Deutsche Bank sees its income fall with a "difficult" market

October 26, 2017
Deutsche Bank sees its income fall with a "difficult" market


October 26, 2017
Deutsche Bank Q3 Net Profit More Than Doubles; Revenues Down Newburgh Gazette
By Diane Wilson
 

October 26, 2017
Deutsche Bank's FIC Trading Desk Revenues Slump by a Third
By Marco Green

October 24, 2017
AI and Robotics More or Less the Same Thing
By Carl Weinschenk
 

October 24, 2017
MiFID II Concerns Plague Fixed-Income Leaders, Survey Shows
By Mark Taylor


October 23, 2017
Capital Markets: Robot-Ready Profession


October 21, 2017
Do You Work in a Bank? It’s Time to Worry: In 5 Years, a Robot Could Replace You.


October 19, 2017
How to Survive Wall Street’s Robot Revolution
 

October 18, 2017
New York Awaits as Bankers Go Through the Looking Glass
By Lionel Laurent
 

October 18, 2017
German Bank Group Decries 'Massive' MiFID Burden
By Mark Taylor

 

October 18, 2017
Bankers Publicly Embracing Robots are Privately Fearing Job Cuts
By Sarah Ponczek, Hugh Son and Saijel KishanBottom
 

October 18, 2017
EU Hits 19 States With Infringement Probes For MiFID Failings
By Mark Taylor
 

October 17, 2017
Goldman's Equity Investments Lift Profit as Trading Slumps
By Dakin Campbell
 

October 17, 2017
Goldman Sachs suffers another heavy fall in bond trading
By Portia Crowe

 


October 17, 2017
Goldman Sachs investments boost profit amid trading slump
 



October 17, 2017
Goldman Sachs investments boost profit amid trading slump

October 17, 2017
Banks: Here is the hedge fund that wants to break up Credit Suisse
 

October 17, 2017
Credit Suisse facing break-up calls from activist investor
By Fareed Sahloul


October 14, 2017
US Banks’ Profits Rise Despite Fall in Bond Trading



 

October 13, 2017
Profits rise at big US banks despite fall in bond trading
By James Dean

 

October 12, 2017
J.P. Morgan, Citi Report Third-Quarter Earnings
By Ben Eisen
 



October 12, 2017
If you work in a bank, it's time to worry


October 9, 2017
Banks consider bitcoin efforts
By Gard Oterholm

October 9, 2017
Analysis of the "Big Three" Cryptocurrency
By Roman Mamchyts

October 9, 2017
Is bitcoin a fraud? Big banks start to bend to its progress
By Vicente Nieves


October 8, 2017
Banks want in on bitcoin action

October 8, 2017
Bitcoin: Now banks are eager to get in


October 8, 2017
Investment banks are eyeing Bitcoin


October 7, 2017
Large investment banks are eyeing Bitcoin, Opimas says




October 7, 2017
Bitcoin’s billions: Banks have started debating how to "squeeze" into this fertile market


October 7, 2017
Banks seek to facilitate bitcoin trade


October 6, 2017
Banks want in on bitcoin, but how?

 



October 6, 2017
Emerging from the shadows – Bitcoin, Ether grab bankers’ attention
 



October 6, 2017
Banks set their sights on bitcoins, which grew in the shadow of the financial industry

October 6, 2017
Large banks aiming at bitcoin, which grew in the shadow of the financial industry
 

October 5, 2017
Bitcoin’s Rise Happened in Shadows of Finance. Now Banks Want In
By Hugh Son




October 5, 2017
At Last, Banks Want in on Bitcoin: Exponential Rise in Value and Growth
By Joseph Young


October 5, 2017
Investment banks increase interest in bitcoins



October 5, 2017
Bitcoin's Rise Happened in Shadows of Finance. Now Banks Want In




October 5, 2017
From money to drugs to investor's darling: Banks now want Bitcoin
By Juliana Roguim


October 4, 2017
Advanced Data Analysis Technology: AI, Deep Learning, and Cognitive Analytics
 

October 3, 2017
Bankers are Learning to Love MiFID
By Lionel Laurent


October 2, 2017
Tech Puts 90K Asset Mgmt Jobs at Risk by 2025. Is Yours Safe?
By Richard Henderson



September 29, 2017
Robots seize Wall Street



September 28, 2017
Smart Finance is on the Rise: AI Reshaping Financial Business
 


September 28, 2017
Wall Street: Why More Than 200,000 People Can Lose Their Jobs




September 27, 2017
Look Out, Wall Street — the Robot Revolution Has Begun
By Karla Lant



September 27, 2017
Over half of firms indifferent to AI: survey
By Sandra Heistruvers 

September 27, 2017
Fintech lesson for banking staff: learn to live with tech

September 26, 2017
Middle East Banker Urges Region's Banks to Prepare for Robotic Automation
By Edward Banda

September 26, 2017
Robot Revolution on Wall Street
By Ren Zhongyuan

September 25, 2017
How to Survive Wall Street's Robot Revolution
By Hugh Son and Jennifer Surane
 

September 25, 2017
Data Sourcing Biggest Regulatory Headache, Survey Finds
By Mark Taylor



September 23, 2017
Machine Learning: On the Ground Floor, Ready to Rise
By Anthony Malakian


September 22, 2017
Goldman Sachs CEO Launches Three-Year Growth Strategy Targeting Consumer Credit
 

September 21, 2017
Harnessing Alternative Data Will Decide Firms’ Futures: Report
By Lynn Strongin Dodds



September 21, 2017
When AI Replaces "Fund Manager"
 

September 20, 2017
AI Might Kill Off Your Finance Job, But…
By Dan Butcher
 

September 19, 2017
Transaction bankers seek ‘AI agents’ for new horizons
By Tim Burke
 

September 18, 2017
Spotlight: How is AI disrupting financial industry
By Lu Hui



September 18, 2017
How is AI disrupting financial industry

September 14, 2017
Goldman is Sachs hiring technologists for MiFID II. Isn’t it a bit late?
By Sarah Butcher

September 8, 2017
Eurex To Run MiFID II Simulations Ahead Of Looming Deadline
By Mark Taylor

September 7, 2017
Thousands of Deutsche Bank employees will be replaced by robots
By Karl Flinders
 

September 5, 2017
Nasdaq acquires financial data provider for $700m
By Sam Agini

September 5, 2017
Machine Learning in the Capital Markets: Waters Takes an Inside Look
By Anthony Malakian

 

September 4, 2017
Campaigners sound alarm over hedge funds’ data use
By Sam Agini and Tabby Kinder
 

August 31, 2017
6 banks sign up to UBS-led blockchain effort
 

August 31, 2017
Six banks sign up to UBS-led digital cash initiative
By Clare Dickinson


August 28, 2017
With artificial intelligence penetrating the financial industry, where will its people go from here?
 

August 24, 2017
Three challenges facing investors ahead of Mifid II
By Philip Stafford

August 24, 2017
Financial industry sees blowing technology winds shift to AI
By Liu Xinxin?

August 23, 2017
Robots are now taking over the stock exchanges
By Stefan Paravincini




August 22, 2017
Goldman Sachs is Wall Street’s biggest unicorn herder
By John Detrixhe




August 22, 2017
Financial technology will be included in the CFA exam, are you ready?
By Song Yi Kang
 

August 22, 2017
Compliance to Get Sliver of FinTech Spending Boom
By Lynn Strongin Dodds




August 21, 2017
Asset managers see AI bringing more opportunities than lay-offs
By Andreas Ostergaard Pedersen
 

August 21, 2017
Banks Need To Boost Compliance Tech Amid Faster Payments
By Evan Weinberger




August 20, 2017
Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan Lead Fintech Investment

August 19, 2017
Wall Street Bets on FinTech
By Yuan Yuan Yolanda?

August 19, 2017
Goldman Sachs’ New Big Bet



August 18, 2017
Top 5: Top FinTech Stories This Week



August 18, 2017
Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan Chase "bet on" Fintech


August 18, 2017
Fintech is the new big bet of Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan Chase

 


August 17, 2017
JPMorgan hires AI expert to help build global trading hub
By Sam Agini

August 17, 2017
Who’s afraid of robots stealing jobs?
By David Tuckwell



August 17, 2017
Goldman tops banks’ bets on capital markets disrupters

August 16, 2017
Goldman tops banks betting on a new type of Hedging 
 


August 16, 2017
AI the ‘big winner’ as banks and fund managers dig deep on tech
By Clare Dickinson



August 16, 2017
When it Comes to IT Spend, RegTech Sees a Green Field
By Anthony Malakian
 

August 16, 2017
RegTech Spending Lags
By Rob Daly



 

August 16, 2017
The financial sector, of all new technologies, will prefer AI
 

August 16, 2017
Options lands $100 million PE investment



August 16, 2017
Fintech: Banks are Making New Friends
By Frederic Wanders


August 16, 2016
Big banks invest in fintech
By Marek Drus

August 15, 2017
Fintech spend to top $127 billion this year – report
By Andrew Neill

 
August 15, 2017
Industry bullish on promise of fintech – Opimas research
Tanya Andreasyan



August 15, 2017
Asset Management: Can Robots Kill All the Jobs?
 


August 15, 2017
Machines to replace 90,000 people in fund industry
 

August 14, 2017
Goldman Tops Banks Betting on a New Type of Hedging
By Sarah Ponczek

August 14, 2017
Goldman Tops Banks Betting Hardest on Capital Markets Disruptors
 

August 13, 2017
Fund managers deny AI threatens jobs
By Madison Marriage
 

August 11, 2017
Banks Hope RegTech Can Adapt to Easing Oversight
By Evan Weinberger
 

August 8, 2017
Buy Side To Use SIs For MiFID II
By Shanny Basar
 

August 8, 2017
ESMA Corrects MiFID II Transaction Reporting Draft Errors
By Mark Taylor

August 4, 2017
AI Invasion of Wall Street Means High-End Jobs are Not Insured
 

August 1, 2017
Looming Regulatory Flux A Boon For Fintechs, Says KPMG
By Mark Taylor


July 31, 2017
Stop Talking About How Robots Will Steal Our Jobs
 

July 28, 2017
Rays of hope for European banks in a mixed second quarter
By Martin Arnold, Laura Noonan and Michael Stothard
 

July 25, 2017
The Science of Artificial Intelligence and Alternative Data Isn’t Fiction Anymore

 

July 24, 2017
Jobs come, jobs go as digital era transforms workplaces
By Feng Jianmin

 

July 21, 2017
Stress testing, cyber risk
modelling and machine vision
By Alexander Campbell

 

July 20, 2017
Goldman's rotten trading quarter is a familiar smell on Wall Street
By Olivia Oran
 

July 19, 2017
Morgan Stanley contains trading losses in strong earnings
By Laura Noonan

 

July 19, 2017
Morgan Stanley's results establish a worrying trend for Goldman Sachs
By Matt Turner

 

July 19, 2017
Quants look to image recognition to process alternative data
By Faye Kilburn

July 19, 2017
Bond Trading Thrashes Goldman
 

July 19, 2017
Goldman Sachs’ once-revered bond trading takes another hit

July 19, 2017
Morgan Stanley's results establish a worrying trend for Goldman Sachs
 

July 18, 2017
Goldman Sachs Delivers Profit Surprise Despite Trading Slump
By Liz Hoffman
 

July 18, 2017
Electronic Trading Jolts FX Markets to Change
By Lynn Strongin-Dodds
 

July 18, 2017
Goldman Sachs stock slips as trading slumps
 

  

July 18, 2017
Goldman Sachs Reports Surprise Profit Increase

July 16, 2017
AI Comes of Age in Financial Services
By Heather McKenzie


July 5, 2017
Markets break out in Mifid II sweat as new rules loom
By Philip Stafford

July 4, 2017
Are robots replacing humans in finance jobs?


July 2017
Artificial Intelligence in FX: Harnessing the Future Now
 

June 29, 2017
Are Robots Taking Over The World’s Finance Jobs?

June 29, 2017
Will Robots Rule Finance?




June 26, 2007
MiFID II demands a mind-set change in delivering best execution

 

June 25, 2017
Why Wall Street still needs human traders
By Christopher Matthews
 

June 20, 2017
AI and Alternative Data: A Burgeoning Arms Race
By Anthony Malakian


June 16, 2017
Why Banks Need To Adapt Their Operating Models
 

June 16, 2017
Opinion: Sourcing Alt Data to Remain Challenging
By Rob Daly
 

June 14, 2017
Nobody Wants This Brexit Power Grab
By Lionel Laurent
 

June 13, 2017
London’s fintech crown tarnished by political ‘mess’
By Yolanda Bobeldijk
 

June 9, 2017
The U.S. Is Ahead of China in AI Innovation—for Now
By Dan Strumpf
 

June 9, 2017
Is it $5bn or $77bn? Data enters the euro clearing row
By Luke Clancy

June 9, 2017
The U.S. Is Ahead of China in AI Innovation--for Now
 

June 8, 2017
Unintended Consequences of MiFID II?
By Shanny Basar

June 1, 2017
‘Mifid II demands mind-set change in delivering best execution’


May 31, 2017
Eight Reasons to Be Skeptical About Blockchain
By Jason Bloomberg




May 31, 2017
Heavyweight investors warn regtech is falling prey to ‘hype’
By Lucy McNulty

May 31, 2017
New to the Risk Management Tool Kit: Alternative Data
Katherine Heires


May 23, 2017
Alternative Data’s Hard Labor
By Faye Kilburn


Spring 2017
AI tech to replace 90,000 buy-side jobs by 2025

May 8, 2017
Paris to redouble efforts to attract Brexit banks after Macron win
By Anjuli Davies and Maya Nikolaeva
 

May 8, 2017
Paris to redouble efforts to attract Brexit banks after Macron win


May 8, 2017
Election results give Paris a boost

May 8, 2017
Paris to increase efforts to attract UK banks after Macron victory

May 8, 2017
Macron is to help Paris in the fight for London bankers


May 8, 2017
With Macron, Paris will step up efforts to attract British banks

May 8, 2017
Does Macron decide the fight for London banks for Paris?

May 7, 2017
Macron wins French presidential election, beating far-right Le Pen
By Jemima Kelly

May 7, 2017
Investors relieved as Macron wins French presidential election
 

May 4, 2017
Morning Scan Banks put brakes on auto lending; The human cost of AI

 

May 3, 2017
Artificial Intelligence Geared to Erase Capital Markets Jobs: Study
By Kim S. Nash

April 25, 2017
French elections: Wall Street joins European relief rally


April 25, 2017
'Macron rally' pushes shares to record high

April 24, 2017
Euro and shares rally after Emmanuel Macron wins first voting round of French election
By Josie Cox

April 24, 2017
FRENCH PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION: MARKETS AND POLITICAL MODERATES RELIEVED AT FIRST ROUND RESULT
By Josh Lowe
 

April 24, 2017
Pound to Euro exchange rate: Emmanuel Macron's French election victory sees Euro rise to highest level in five months
By Robin De Peyer


April 24, 2017
Euro jumps as Macron and Le Pen enter second round of elections
By Miranda Wadham

April 24, 2017
Polls show Macron, Le Pen going through to French election run-off
 

April 24, 2017
French Presidential Election: Markets and Political Moderates Relieved at First Round Result


April 24, 2017
EUR AUD Charges Higher; Macron Through to Face Le Pen in French Election
By Rewan Tremethick
 

April 24, 2017
Euro on a high after French vote on Sunday
By Chloe Western
 

April 23, 2017
French elections: Markets sense relief after French vote

April 23, 2017
Polls Show Macron, Le Pen Going Through to French Election Run-Off
By Jemima Kelly

April 23, 2017
Polls Show Macron, Le Pen Going Through to French Election Run-Off

 

April 23, 2017
Polls show Macron, Le Pen going through to French election run-off
 

April 20, 2017
Goldman lacks: a Q1 Wall Street snapshot
By Tim Burke and Fareed Sahloul

April 20, 2017
The Artificial Intelligence Advantage for Investors
By Michael Young
 

April 19, 2017
The hard labour in profiting from alternative data
By Faye Kilburn
 

April 19, 2017
Morgan Stanley bursts forward in the banking pack
By Ben McLannahan
 

April 19, 2017
Man vs. Machine (Learning): Robots Edge Into Industry Jobs
By Emily Laermer
 

April 18, 2017
Stock pickers face scrapheap as investors turn to algorithms
By Proinsias O'Mahony
 

April 13, 2017
Robots Are Replacing Humans at All These Wall Street Firms
 

April 13, 2017
Banks spent close to $100 billion on compliance last year
By Hayley McDowell
 

April 12, 2017
How RegTech Is Changing The Banking Landscape

April 11, 2017
Are portfolio managers an endangered species?
By Anna Devine

 

April 10, 2017
Barclays probe can encourage more whistleblowing
By Lucy McNulty and Becky Pritchard

April 6, 2017
The new buy-side winners as big data takes over
By Paul Clarke
 

April 4, 2017
Will Robots Take Over Asset-Management Jobs?
 

April 2, 2017
What BlackRock's Robots Don't Know Can Hurt Them
By Bryce Hoffman
 

March 30, 2017
Robots Are Replacing Humans at All These Wall Street Firms
By Lucinda Shen

March 29, 2017
The cunning plots to save the City of London from Brexit
By Paul Clarke
 

March 28, 2017
Scrapping EU rules could create 40,000 City jobs
By Lucy McNulty
 

March 24, 2017
Financial Services to Lose 230,000 Jobs to AI Systems
By Lynn Strongin Dodds
 

March 24, 2017
Traders wary of censure for being a ‘few bips out’
By Luke Clancy

March 20, 2017
How artificial intelligence will eat your finance job – and how to survive
By Paul Clarke
 

March 16, 2017
All the ways AI will slash Wall Street jobs
By Penny Crosman
 

March 9, 2017
FCA: ‘wait and see’ if Mifid swaps rules are ready in January
By Luke Clancy
 

March 8, 2017
Investment banks to choose artificial intelligence over humans
By Sam Agini

March 8, 2017
Investment industry to spend $2.8bn on AI by 2021, expected to cut quarter of a million jobs
By Karl Flinders
 

March 7, 2017
Jobs in capital markets at risk as banks spend more on AI
By Tom Ball
 

March 7, 2017
AI technology to replace 90,000 buy-side jobs by 2025
By Hayley McDowell
 

March 7, 2017
Banks are actively investing in artificial intelligence: what is the danger?
 

March 7, 2017
Capital markets jobs on the line as banks raise AI spend
 

March 7, 2017
FIs ‘to spend $1.5 billion on AI tech in 2017’
By Anthony Strzalek

March 7, 2017
BlackRock MD: People are the problem when it comes to machine learning
By Paul Clarke

March 3, 2017
ESMA Seeks To Avoid Regulatory 'Arms Race' During Brexit
By William Shaw
 

February 13, 2017
Wall Street taps along to the deregulation beat
By David Wighton
 

February 13, 2017
Meet the man who wants to save banks billions
By Yolanda  Bobeldijk

 


February 9, 2017
Dodd-Frank reversal: a liquidity boost for bond markets
By Samuel Agini, Fareed Sahloul And Mark Cobley  

 

February 9, 2017
Dan Loeb Gets A Little Too Bullish On Bank Stocks
By Antony Currie and Dominic Elliott, Breakingviews

February 8, 2017
Frontal Loeb
By Antony Currie and Dominic Elliott

February 8, 2017
EU Regulator Warns Against Easing Rules To Lure UK Banks
By William Shaw
 

February 8, 2017
What Trump's deregulation agenda misses
By John Hardwood
 

February 6, 2017
Deregulation will free up billions in revenues
With Pauline Chiou


February 3, 2017
By Gillian Tan Lionel Laurent
 

January 30, 2017
Brexit May See UK Deregulate To Keep Banks, Report Says
By William Shaw

 


January 23, 2017
Trumped Up Banks-May-Still-be-Ripe-for-Breakup
By Lionel Laurent & Gillian Tan

 


January 21, 2017
«Occupy Washington»: così Goldman Sachs domina il gioco nella squadra di Trump 
Il Sole 24 Ore

 

January 21, 2017
$25 BILLION: Trump's plan to cut Wall Street regulation is going to have a big impact
By Frank Chaparro
 

January 21, 2017
$25 BILLION: Trump's plan to cut Wall Street regulation is going to have a big impact
By Frank Chaparro, Business Insider


January 20, 2017
Goldman Sachs: Occupying Washington again
By Ben McLannahan
 

January 9, 2017
ICAP founder Michael Spencer’s biggest bet yet
By Tim Cave

 

January 6, 2017
New Bank Regs Top Industry's Worries For 2017, Survey Reveals
By William Shaw

 

January 4, 2017
Brexit To Dominate UK Regulatory Compliance Thinking In '17
By William Shaw

 


January 3, 2017
Banks to Bear the Brunt of MiFID II costs
By Sam Agini

 

January 3, 2017
MiFID II to Cost Over €2.5bn
By Shanny Basar

 

December 15, 2016
Job cuts announced by European banks tumble in 2016
By Ritvik Carvalho and Anjuli Davies

 


December 15, 2016
Coup de frein à la baisse des effectifs des banques en 2016

 


December 15, 2016
Job cuts announced by European banks tumble in 2016
By Ritvik Carvalho and Anjuli Davies

 


December 15, 2016
B?ncile au oprit valul de concedieri



December 15, 2016
Job cuts announced by European banks tumble in 2016
By Ritvik Carvalho and Anjuli Davies

 

December 15, 2016
Job cuts announced by European banks tumble in 2016
By Ritvik Carvalho and Anjuli Davies

December 15, 2016
Job cuts announced by European banks tumble in 2016
By Ritvik Carvalho and Anjuli Davies



December 15, 2016
Job cuts announced by European banks tumble in 2016
By Ritvik Carvalho and Anjuli Davies



December 15, 2016
Job cuts announced by European banks tumble in 2016



December 15, 2016
Job cuts announced by European banks tumble in 2016



December 15, 2016
Job cuts announced by European banks tumble in 2016
By Ritvik Carvalho and Anjuli Davies

 


December 2, 2016
JP Morgan Pulls Ahead in EMEA as Deutsche Clings to Third
By Samuel Agini and Fareed Sahloul

 

 
November 28 - December 4, 2016
By Max Abelson and Dakin Campbell
 

November 23, 2016
Bankers Trump Ridiculed Are Already Embracing His Future Regime
By Max Abelson and Dakin Campbell

 

November 22, 2016
Bankers Ridiculed by Trump Are Already Embracing His Future Regime
By Daikin Campbell

 


November 22, 2016
Wall Street Is Suddenly Loving This Donald Trump Guy
By Bess Levin

 


November 22, 2016
Bankers Ridiculed by Trump Are Already Embracing His Future Regime
By Dakin Campbell, Max Abelson

 


November 22, 2016
Gió chieu nào xoay chieu day, pho Wall quay ngoat thái

 


November 22, 2016
Banqueros abrazan a gobierno de Trump

 


November 22, 2016
Banqueiros ridicularizados por Trump agora abraçam seu reinado
By Max Abelson and Dakin Campbell

 


November 22, 2016
Sólo falta una carta para tener todos los índices de Wall Street
By Laura de la Quintana

 


November 21, 2016
Michael Sherwood quits Goldman Sachs role
By Philip Georgiadis

 

November 10, 2016
Wells Fargo Leads Banks Up as Trump Win Seen Curbing Warren
By Laura Keller

 

October 24, 2016
Will an Exchange Acquire an IBD?
By Shanny Basar

 

October 13, 2016
US Bank Earnings: 5 Things to Look Out for
By Ben McLannahan

 

October 6, 2016
Blockchain: The Revolution Has Been Over-Hyped
By Anthony Malakian

 


September 30, 2016
Deutsche Bank in Crisis: Three Things to Think About
By FN Staff

 

September 29, 2016
Will LSE’s Sale Satisfy Competition Regulators?
By Shanny Basar

 

September 28, 2016
Wells Fargo Scandal Reignites Debate About Big Bank Culture
By Olivia Oran

 

September 28, 2016
Wells Fargo Scandal Gets Banks to Ask Employees What Makes Them Proud to Come to Work
By Olivia Oran

 

September 28, 2016
Wells Fargo Scandal Reignites Debate About Big Bank Culture
By Olivia Oran

 


September 28, 2016
California Suspends State Investments with Wells Fargo Over Bank’s Fleecing of Customers

 

September 28, 2016
Wells Fargo Scandal Reignites Debate About Big Bank Culture
By Olivia Oran

 


September 28, 2016 
Wells Fargo scandal reignites debate about big bank culture
By Olivia Oran

 


September 28, 2016
Wells Fargo scandal reignites debate about big bank culture
By Olivia Oran

 

September 28, 2016
Wells Fargo Scandal Reignites Debate About Big Bank Culture
By Olivia Oran

 


H. G. Wells Fargo Malicious Gossip Reignites Argue Around Full-grown Savings Bank Culture
By Olivia Oran
 

September 28, 2016
Wells Fargo Scandal Reignites Debate About Big Bank Culture
By Reuters/Olivia Oran

 

September 27, 2016
CurveGlobal Expands Portfolio Margining with LCH
By Shanny Basar

 

September 22, 2016
Banks’ Brexit Plans are Headed for the Shredder
By Lionel Laurent, Bloomberg Gadfly
 

September 12, 2016
Bank Job Cuts in Cards as the Grim Slowdown Continues
By Tim Burke and Lucy Burton

 

September 7, 2016
Blockchain - Not a Panacea
By Julie Schieffer and Lynn Strongin-Dodds

 

September 6, 2016
Throsby’s Investment Banking To-Do List at Barclays
By Tim Burke and Lucy Burton

 

August 26, 2016
Exchanges Look to Diversify Towards Sell-Side

 

August 25, 2016
Blockchain is Not a Panacea

 

August 15, 2016
Warnings of Worse to Come for Banks and Fund Managers
By Tim Burke

August 15, 2016
No Country for Small Asset Managers
By Shanny Basar

 

August 13, 2016
Iran Bonanza Likely to Bypass Big Banks
By Gareth Gore

 

August 10, 2016
How I Learned to Stop Blockchain Obsessing and Love the Barry Manilow
By Izabella Kaminska, FT Alphaville

 

August 8, 2016
Exchanges Set to Venture Into Sell-Side Territory

 

July 29, 2016
Brexit Boost Eludes Europe's Investment Banks, Shows Growing Gap with Wall Street
By Anjuli Davies and Jamie McGeever

 

July 1, 2016
Busy June Shows Dodd-Frank's Benefits And Costs
By Evan Weinberger

 

June 21, 2016
ESMA Explores Blockchain’s Risks and Promise
By Lynn Strongin-Dodds
 

June 16, 2016
The government wants to facilitate the use of the blockchain for the non-listed
By Solenn Poullennec

 

June 5, 2016
Blockchain – Is It Overhyped?
By Brian Bollen

 

June 2, 2016
Nasdaq Launches ‘Watershed’ Blockchain Framework
By Louis Chunovic

 

May 27, 2016
Europe Unbundles Research and Execution
By Aggelos Andreou

 

May 24, 2016
Report Bursts Blockchain/DLT Bubbles for Ops
By Lynn Strongin-Dodds

 

May 24, 2016
Running Risk Management as a Business

 

May 20, 2016
Will Blockchain Be Nirvana?
By Shanny Basar

 

May 19, 2016
Capital Markets Bright Spot: Exchanges
By Shanny Basar

 

April 18, 2016
MoneyBeat: Morgan Stanley Earnings Recap
By Kristen Scholer

 

April 10, 2016
Post-Trade: T2S Progress Report
By Mary Bogan
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October 19, 2015
Morgan Stanley Q3 Profit Sinks 60% on ‘Unusual Hiccup’: Gorman

 

September 16, 2015
Market Data Management Special Report
By Max Bowie

 

 

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