SIA SHOW: June 20, 2002
SIA SHOW: Keynote Panelists Debate the New Reality
Keynote panelists review the events of the last five years and try to come up with a clear picture of the financial-services industry today.
SIA SHOW: Thomson Touts Products in Midst of Management Shakeup
Thomson Financial ties together of all its major brands and services - including ILX, Autex and Beta - under one umbrella, it will present a unified front to the industry.
SIA SHOW: Protegent Releases BrokerAudit Version 3.0 for Firm-Wide Compliance
Protegent releases an enhanced version of its BrokerAudit software for automated compliance, sales practice and risk management for broker/dealers and securities firms.
SIA SHOW: Nasdaq to Launch SuperMontage-Driven German Exchange
The Nasdaq Stock Market partner with a group of German banks and brokerage firms and plan to launch an all-electronic, SuperMontage-driven German stock exchange.
SIA SHOW: VMUs: A Landscape in Flux
Though it will undoubtedly develop to be one of the most important segments in the institutional-processing chain of tomorrow, the virtual-matching landscape has yet to take on its final form.
SIA SHOW: HillCast Tackles Streaming-Wireless Trading
Institutional traders who fear leaving their office in these volatile markets can now cut the desktop tethers, thanks to a new wireless-streaming product that will let them trade from their handheld device.
SIA SHOW: Moneyline Telerate Launches Global WebStation
Nine months after the acquisition of Telerate from Bridge Information Systems, the new owner, Moneyline Telerate, is strutting its stuff.
SIA SHOW: ILX Boosts Fixed-Income Content
With the end of a Telerate exclusive on Cantor Fitzgerald bond prices, ILX Systems has been beefing up its fixed-income content and will be demonstrating that through an evolving product called FI Focus.
SIA SHOW: Mercator Integrates With BEA
With the goal of saving customers time and money, Mercator and BEA will offer STP-focused financial-services firms a pre-integrated package of connectivity solutions and application servers.
SIA SHOW: SIA's BCP Committee Gives Update
While business-continuity planning and disaster recovery are still fresh on everyone's mind, the SIA's Business Continuity Planning Committee is set to report on its progress.
SIA SHOW: Bullrun Targets Performance Attribution
If you're an institutional-equity money manager shopping for a real-time decision-support system that helps you dissect your performance, then you're in luck.
SIA SHOW: SunGard Integrates RiskMetrics into Asset-Management System
SunGard Asset Management partners with RiskMetrics to integrate its portfolio construction and analysis modules of its WealthBench platform into SunGard's AddVantage Web-based asset-management system.
SIA SHOW: NASD's ADF: In Need of FIX?
ECNs that rely heavily on the FIX messaging protocol may have to think twice about posting their Nasdaq quotes on the so-called ADF that the National Association of Securities Dealers is currently developing.
SIA SHOW: HyperFeed Jumps on the Java Bandwagon with New Software Development Kit
Addressing customer requests and the acceptance of Java on the Street, HyperFeed releases Java-based development kit for market-data integration.
SIA SHOW: Wall Street & Technology Editor Wins Business-Press Award
Robert Sales has won the American Society of Business Publication Editors' bronze award for his story published in the Nov. 2001 issue of WS&T, "PHLX and NYSE Lend the Amex a Helping Hand."
SIA SHOW: Investment-Technology Notes
Macgregor announces that the State of Michigan has selected the Macgregor Financial Trading Platform to automate its equity and fixed-income trading; Financial Models Company Inc., announced that Burgundy Asset Management Ltd., has chosen FMCSylvan as its performance-measurement solution; Financial Fusion, Inc. announced the general availability of TradeForce Suite GlobalFIX.
SIA SHOW: Market-Data Notes
Standard & Poor's expands its CreditWire ratings and research information service with several new features.
SIA SHOW: Operations Notes
State Street Corporation and Seligman announce that they have signed a letter of intent to expand their existing relationship to include outsourcing of operations support; SunGard Securities Processing announces that Michael Cox has been appointed president of SunGard Securities Processing; Michael Nemerowski has been appointed senior vice president of strategic planning; JPMorgan Investor Services EMEA announce that it has been appointed global custodian by E.ON Energie AG.
SIA SHOW: Electronic-Trading Notes
ITG Hong Kong Ltd. launches an Asian version of Posit -- ITG's flagship electronic stock crossing network; The New York Mercantile Exchange starts trading emiNY crude oil and natural gas contracts on June 17; OneChicago launched a new Web site.
SIA SHOW: June 19, 2002
Exhibit Hall Shakeup
A tough economy means some prominent names are nowhere to be found at this year's show but, surprisingly, new names abound.
Raymond James Embraces Mobile-Contact Management.
Raymond James is taking advantage of a new handheld contact-management system, called ECM Express, being unveiled today by Comprehensive Software Systems.
Wall Street Braces for E-mail Audits
Electronic-communication storage and retrieval have become a hot topic as major Wall Street firms have been accused of misleading investors and blurring the lines between research and investment-banking activities.
SunGard/Brass Pushes Into Listed Stocks
SunGard Trading Systems/Brass will emphasize its push into the listed-equity markets at this year's SIA Technology Management Conference and Exhibit show.
Despite Economy, Tech Show is On Track
Considering the economic climate financial-services firms find themselves in today, it wouldn't be a shock to anyone if this year's SIA's Technology Show and Exhibit was a shadow of its former self.
Industry Running Out of Time For 15022 Conversion
Financial institutions that make use of SWIFT standards, such as ISO 7775, are facing a stiff November deadline for converting to the new 15022 standard.
NeoNet Demos Nasdaq Interface
NeoNet forms a partnership with SunGard Trading Systems/Brass to provide its clients with access to Nasdaq's soon-to-be-launched SuperMontage network.
Barra Targets Smaller Clients With Risk-Analysis Product
Moving into the ASP area to service a wider range of clients, Barra is announcing the beta version of its BarraOne product at this year's SIA Technology Management Conference and Exhibit.
Morgan Stanley Adopts Web-Services for Debt Issuance
Morgan Stanley is developing an electronic-client-management and issuance system for euro-medium-term notes with Marketpipe and Sun Microsystems.
NYFIX Gets FIX With Javelin
Nyfix began building a Financial-Information-Exchange engine to use internally; it alos considered making it available on a commercial basis. However, after surveying its competition, it opted against it. Javelin Technologies, after all, was at that point a rising star in the new FIX market.
Eagle, Now Under the Mellon Umbrella, Continues to Grow
Eagle Investment Systems is continuing to grow and develop new software as part of the Mellon Financial Corporation.
Avistar Hopes to Lure in Clients Via Video and Voice Integration
Avistar Communications Corp. comes to this year's SIA Technology Management Conference and Exhibit hoping to convince more financial-services firms that the integration of desktop voice and video applications is indeed the wave of the future.
Princeton Financial Develops Trade-Matching Interface
Princeton Financial Systems developes an interface that will allow its clients to link their PAM portfolio-management and accounting systems to Omgeo Oasys Global via Omgeo AutoMatch.