While the financial services sector was weathering the Great Recession in 2008, financial technology firm Quantitative Brokers (QB) saw an opportunity to revolutionize trading in the futures and Treasury markets.
Getting your head around cryptocurrencies was hard enough before governments got involved. But now policy makers around the world are drawing up fresh regulations on everything from exchanges to initial coin offerings and the rules can vary wildly given a lack of global coordination among authorities.
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How artificial intelligence can inform investment decisions: A conversation with Kris Kaufman, CEO of Parallax Financial Research
Decades before big data became ubiquitous, Parallax Financial Research began using artificial intelligence – inspired by mathematical models used in geophysics – to help its institutional clients value securities and analyze market risk.
Alphabet Inc.’s Google beat Apple by three years in releasing AR tools, but its features are on very few phones and haven’t gained wide acceptance. By contrast, Apple can easily pair its software and devices, an advantage that will help it quickly make up lost ground.
bqplot allows anyone to build fully interactive web applications in Python, using surprisingly few lines of code.
A growing number of organizations have introduced the role of Chief Data Officer; however, the priorities for this new corporate officer aren’t as clear.
It's probably a good time to define additional goals beyond business objectives that will inspire more involvement and drive digital practices.
The gap between Hong Kong and Singapore was on display last month when they hosted their own inaugural fintech conferences within a week of each other.
Despite a massively unsettled economy and constantly evolving risk environment, real-time trading and risk analytics management software provider RiskVal managed to chart a sustainable, positive growth course through the 2008 financial crisis and beyond.