R3, provider of Corda blockchain software and a player in capital markets, plans to double the size of its London Wall hub to accommodate its growing engineering team. The extra space will also support a hiring plan to increase the company’s global headcount from 215 to nearly 300 by the end of the year. Of this, over half of the new hires will be in the London office, with more than 40 new recruits being made in the capital. The firm’s roster of new hires will consist largely of software engineers.
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We’ve asked over many years how financial institutions can find common ground for data management processes to meet the requirements of multiple regulations, such as MiFID II, MiFIR, EMIR, MAR and BCBS 239. While this is a goal most firms have aspired to, the reality of pressing deadlines for regulation after regulation meant firms had...
Itiviti interim CEO Richard Bentley has left the company following the appointment of former FIS chief operating officer Robert Mackay as CEO. Bentley was instrumental in the merger of Ullink, where he was chief product officer, and Itiviti, which closed in March 2018. On the day of the merger, Itiviti CEO Torben Munch was named...
The TradingTech Summit in London brings together European senior-level decision makers in trading technology, electronic execution and trading architecture to discuss how firms can use high performance technologies to optimise trading in the new regulatory environment.
Rather than detracting attention away from corporate actions automation projects, the financial crisis appears to have accentuated the importance of the vital nature of this data. Financial institutions are more aware than ever before of the impact that inaccurate corporate actions data has on their bottom lines as a result of the increased focus on...