20 February 2018
Regulation
FCA looks to technology for smarter regulatory reporting

UK regulator seeking feedback on its use of technology for regulatory reporting at TechSprint event.

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Technology
Temenos discusses acquisition of Fidessa

Board of Fidessa intends to accept an all cash offer from Temenos if it is made.

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Post trade
Derivatives clearing providers called out for legacy systems

Whitepaper urges firms providing derivatives clearing services to update legacy systems or risk being left behind.

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Foreign exchange
The Big Interview: Adam Vos

Global head of FX at BNY Mellon discusses whether the recent volatility in equities has spilled over into FX markets and the upcoming launch of the investment bank’s new prime brokerage business.

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TECHNOLOGY
Temenos and Fidessa agree on £1.4 billion acquisition
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MiFID II sees Cowen gain European clients
REGULATION
Interactive Brokers fined $4.5 million for algo trading system failures
TECHNOLOGY
Buy-side bonuses shrink as budgets focus on technology
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