Upstart interdealer broker AiX plans steep commission cuts

A new company in London, A.I. Exchange, or AiX, seeks to disrupt the global interdealer-broker oligopoly by using technology to vastly cut costs – and commissions. The fledgling company plans to
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DigFin Vox 18 – Regulating ICOs

How are regulators such as Monetary Authority of Singapore defining initial coin offerings (ICOs), and what does that mean for investors – and for fintech startups? ICOs are not yet about to compet

MAS, tightening regulation on ICOs, may require prospectuses

The Monetary Authority of Singapore today (August 1) issued guidelines tightening regulation of how technology companies raise money by issuing digital tokens. The MAS will require companies to sub

DigFin Vox 17 – Blockchain at DTCC

DTCC, which processes hundreds of millions of trades a day, is expanding its projects related to blockchain, as it finds new uses for distributed ledger technology Jame and Dave discuss the challenge

As distributed ledgers diversify, DTCC will expand projects

New York-based Depository Trust and Clearing Corporation, which processes hundreds of millions of financial transactions every day, is considering a dozen more pilot programs to use blockchain, in add

Organizing data is priority for BNP Paribas in capital markets

BNP Paribas's Pierre Rousseau says banks have plenty of data - but they struggle to take advantage of it because it's fragmented throughout...

Science Park’s Wong: HKEx private market can help our startups

Albert Wong Hak-keung, CEO of Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation (HKSTP), says the idea of a private market run by Hong Kong’s stock exchange could be a boon for tech startups seekin
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DigFin Vox 13 – Helping blockchain mature

A new initiative, openANX, aims to make blockchain more institutionalized, and to help investing in crypto-currencies go mainstream. Jame and Dave discuss the project, and what needs to happen for bit

Superloop’s fiber aimed at banks…when they go cloud

They built it, so now will the banks come? Superloop, an Australia-based telecommunications company that lays fiber networks, is knocking on the doors of financial service companies in Hong Kong now t

IFC’s fintech investor sees big things for Bitcoin

Among many in the financial services industry, Bitcoin is of little interest – or an embarrassment, even. What bankers and insurers talk about is blockchain, the technology that enables the minting,
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CBA embarks on quest for quantum supremacy

Commonwealth Bank of Australia explains its work with hardware and software specialists in quantum computing.

Where Citi sees blockchain working – and where it doesn’t

Morgan McKenney, a leader in Citi’s internal innovation efforts, says blockchain can improve cross-border payments but is skeptical about its revolutionizing trade finance or correspondent banking.

Q&A with Dean Chisholm: “If anyone’s solved it, it’s a miracle”

Dean Chisholm, Invesco’s Hong Kong-based Asia COO, discusses data, A.I. and robo advisory.