Market data management veterans Rich Sigillo and Cindy Johnson have set up a new company focused on providing market data expense management and optimization as a managed service for firms that are not large enough to have a dedicated market data management function or want to outsource portions of their market data management processes.
Matthew Seymour, Managing Director, RiskFirst
Weintraub discusses what makes for an ideal co-sourcing relationship
Exchanges in emerging markets are teaming up with developed exchanges for technology and knowledge.
Panel weighs challenges of managing and analyzing anticipated future data volumes to gain insight.
Talk to a market data manager at any firm, and chances are they view vendors and exchanges as money-grubbing monsters that exist purely to squeeze revenues from their hapless clients with little thought to customer service or satisfaction.
First introduced to the line-up in 2012, the best outsourcing provider category has never had a back-to-back winner. Fittingly, like a firm going through a series of vendors looking for the right solution, no company has held the top spot for more than a year in the award’s brief existence. This time around, Eagle Investment Systems has emerged on top thanks to a number of its products combining to underpin BNY Mellon’s OnCore outsourcing service, designed for the investment management industry.
In the brief history of the best complex-event processing (CEP) platform category at the Buy-Side Technology Awards, One Market Data has ruled the roost, winning two of the three years since the category’s inception in 2011. This year, Deltix has knocked off the defending champion, winning the award thanks to its event-based application, QuantOffice, which performs quantitative analysis for quantitative researchers by expressing and back-testing their ideas through pre- and user-defined events. The basis for this can be market data, fundamental data, digitized news, crowd-sourced earnings estimates, Twitter, and other private and unstructured data.
“Dominant” is probably the best adjective to describe Rimes Technologies’ relationship with the best data provider category at the Buy-Side Technology Awards. The New York-based vendor is undefeated since the category’s inception in 2007, making this the eighth straight year that it has emerged on top in this ever-competetive category.
It might not be a complete sweep, but Markit’s success in the Buy-Side Technology Awards’ best pricing/valuation service category is about as close as one can get. For the fifth straight year and for the seventh time in eight years, Markit’s Pricing and Portfolio Valuations services have won this award. Only Numerix’s win in 2009 separates Markit from a perfect record.
The best buy-side newcomer category has, since the inaugural BST Awards back in 2007, been the toughest to win by virtue of the entry numbers it attracts—on average between 15 and 20 each year. This year is no different with a total of 17 entries. Past winners include Derivative Fitch (2007); Weeden and Co. (2008); Alphacet (2009); Knight Direct (2010); StatPro (2011); Advise Technologies (2012); and DealVector (2013)—an eclectic mix of firms servicing the buy side, illustrating the acuteness of the challenge facing entrants vying for the win.
August 2014 ─ sponsored by Nasdaq OMX and Nice Actimize.
July 2014 -- sponsored by Eagle Investment Systems and SmartStream
May 2014 ─ sponsored exclusively by Equinix.
June 2014 ─ sponsored by Eagle Investment Systems, ClusterSeven, and Xenomorph.
Waters USA 2014 brings together CIOs, CTOs and senior technology professionals, from investment banks, asset management firms, hedge funds and other financial institutions, to address the latest financial IT strategies being implemented across front-to-back office in preparation for 2015. The event will focus on how leading financial firms are employing the latest technologies to enhance their efficiency and cut their operating costs, while developing bespoke products to improve customer service. Waters USA 2012 is set to build on the success of last year’s waters’ conference, which saw more than 400 of the nation’s leading financial technologists in attendance.
The ninth annual American Financial Technology Awards 2013 will be presented on December 9.
WatersTechnology and Sell-Side Technology are pleased to present the 5th annual North American Trading Architecture Summit. The conference will bring together technologists, architects, software developers and data center managers from both the financial community to discuss the latest issues in trading technology. You will hear how to achieve super low-latency for trades and reduce the escalating costs of developing and maintaining infrastructure, as well as meet 300+ trading IT professionals.