Larry Tabb, founder and CEO of TABB Group, recently discussed with WS&T senior editor Melanie Rodier how financial institutions are adapting their data management processes to the post-financial crisis environment.
David M. Wallace, a SAS financial services expert, explains how integrated data management tools, in tandem with an enterprise risk management system, can reduce institutional risk while easing the burden of regulatory compliance.
To prove that its cloud offering will work for the financial industry, Larry Tabb, founder and CEO of TABB Group, says the NYSE will need high frequency firms to move 'non-traditional' areas to a shared infrastructure.
The high frequency trading space has always been about speed. But as firms move from microseconds to nanoseconds, how can they continue to compete in the low latency space? Greg MacSweeney discusses the topic with TABB Group CEO Larry Tabb.
The LSE has just announced that it is buying the Toronto Stock Exchange. Meanwhile, NYSE is in advanced talks to merge with Deutsche Borse. Greg MacSweeney discusses the exchange merger frenzy with Larry Tabb, founder and CEO of TABB Group.
Howard Rubin, founder of advisory firm Rubin Worldwide, tells editorial director Greg MacSweeney that the future of banks is in "'Technology Commons," which provides them with an opportunity to utilize their IT investments more cost-effectively.
Will algos one day completely replace traders? Editor-at-large Ivy Schmerken talks to Tom South, IT Director, Northern Trust Global Investments about what the trading desk of the future could look like.
Houston Rockets GM Daryl Morey talks to Advanced Trading associate editor Justin Grant about the NBA team's use of advanced analytical methods and technology to enhance decisions relating to the draft, trades and advance scouting of opponents.
Changing your EMS or OMS is a daunting task. Larry Cohn, CIO, Baron Capital discusses with editor-at-large Ivy Schmerken when and why firms should make the change as well as the biggest pitfalls of picking an OMS or EMS.
The mobile space is changing fast. Traders and portfolio managers now want rich user interfaces and all day access to their accounts, including critical functions. Bloomberg's John Waanders discusses this with WST senior editor Melanie Rodier.
What will your trader do next? Trading expert and founder of FX Dimensions Abe Cofnas talks to Advanced Trading’s Justin Grant about his new algorithm that can predict a trader’s performance based on their past tendencies.
TABB Group senior analyst Kevin McPartland discusses with editor-at-large Ivy Schmerken the new regulatory category of swap execution facilities that were introduced in the Dodd-Frank Act and their impact on the OTC derivatives industry.
In the third part of our Apps On The Street series, Brian Becker, VP, Thomson Reuters, shows us how the MarketBoard app for the iPad which provides traders with global equity performance and news, is bringing static content to life.
Financial services companies are becoming increasingly aggressive with their mobile computing strategies and are seeking new ways to provide customers and employees with real-time and secure access to applications.
In the second episode of our Apps On The Street series, Morgan Stanley's Barry Hurewitz takes us on a tour of the bank's iPad app for institutional investors, the first of its kind for a Wall Street firm.
In the first part of our Apps On The Street series, TradeKing's Mike Massey shows us how to trade on the broker's new mobile BlackBerry app and tells us what type of content investors are increasingly looking for "on the go."
In this video, Larry Tabb, founder and CEO, TABB Group, discusses how cloud computing, colocation and utility computing will gradually erode the necessity and effectiveness of the corporate data center.
In this video, John Fiore, CIO at BNY Mellon and WS&T Gold Book honoree, tells us that to make sure his firm's massive IT organization continues to innovate and support the business, he asks his technology team to do what's right...
In this video, Andrew Haines, CIO, Gain Capital and 2010 Gold Book honoree talks with WS&T editor-in-chief Greg MacSweeney about the challenge of staying innovative while the firm continues to grow rapidly.
Last month the SEC started a pilot program that established circuit breakers for the S&P 500. Wall Street & Technology's Greg MacSweeney talks with Larry Tabb, founder and CEO of TABB Group, about whether the circuit breakers will succeed.
The hedge fund industry is once again booming. But are fund managers ready for looming regulation? In this video, editor-at-large Ivy Schmerken discusses the issue with Larry Tabb, founder and CEO of advisory firm TABB Group.