BATS to Launch BATS One Data Feed
Reflecting its merger with Direct Edge, BATS Global Markets will offer a new direct data feed product with a unified view of aggregate quotes, trades, and optional depth information for all four equity exchanges it operates.
Bloomberg Vault Dives Into Dark Data
Bloomberg's enterprise information management service launched File Analytics to help companies manage and unlock the potential of unstructured data.
Market Data Expense Expert Hires New CEO
The Roberts Group has hired a former Omgeo executive as CEO to expand the company, which already helps buy-side and sell-side firms reduce market data expenses between 10% and 30%.
Mad Men, Insurance and Change
A metaphor-filled episode of the show about advertising in the '60s has relevance for a transforming insurance industry.
A Case for Vertical Clouds
Building on the success of cloud adoption, service providers are taking it one step further by developing purpose built-clouds that are optimized for niche industry verticals.
What is a Data Lake?
A new concept in big data is making the rounds, and it could change the way firms approach long-term analysis.
Nasdaq OMX Blazed Datacenter Hosting Trail 10 Years Ago
Ten years ago Nasdaq OMX moved its matching engines and corporate technology to a Verizon datacenter. The decision turned heads in the financial services world. Today, the practice of utilizing third-party datacenter services is becoming commonplace.
Fixing the Reference Data Problem
An industry/government regulated facility to collectively maintain and access reference data is the best way to lower costs, eliminate redundancies and control counterparty risk, writes Allan Grody of Financial Intergroup Holdings.
BNY Mellon Takes BPM To Higher Level
Not long ago adopting business process management technology was a leading-edge pursuit. Now, organizations like BNY Mellon Wealth Management are going beyond early initiatives to streamline operations further.
SIP Up for Bid
After Nasdaq OMX said it will stop running the securities information processor, the UTP SIP Committee has decided to put the job out for bid, according to sources.