Jonathan Hammond, managing consultant and institutional technology practice lead at Knadel, assesses how consolidation in the software market raises questions for the asset management industry.
Phase two expected to complete over next nine to 12 months
You might have read or heard about it: 'blockchain' is the financial disruption buzzword of the moment, writes Jakov Agbaba, risk analyst at Rathbones.
Chris Mills, director at KPMG UK, looks at how technology can be a friend, not a foe, of the asset management industry.
Switched from IFDS to FNZ
Strong inflows into robotics funds
More financial institutions than ever are falling victim to online hacks and phishing attacks. Craig Sanders, strategic business manager at MWR InfoSecurity, looks at how larger investment firms can protect their data from falling into the wrong hands....
Managers give their verdict
PwC study highlighted lack of innovation
Worried about cyber security
Company to float in March 2017
Keen to influence regulatory change
Run by personal finance specialist Ian McKenna
Winterflood also a partner
Jon Willis, chief commercial officer at Calastone, takes a closer look at how industries have successfully navigated technological disruption, and what this means for financial services.
Aiming to invest upwards of £200m per year
Top of priorities list for 2017
For the first time in many years, the US Election has innocent bystanders transfixed. Whether by choice or simply by association, the events of the 2016 election campaign have taken much of the world by storm.
Nick Baker, MD of fintech solution specialist, Bakehouse Communications, explores the key questions facing wealth and asset managers as fintech sector growth challenges traditional ways of doing business.
Recently left role as FCA technical specialist
Shares dropped by nearly 3%
Ceremony in October
Ali Unwin, manager of the Neptune Global Technology fund, details five ways to gain exposure to electric vehicles without opting for the "high valuation and share price volatility" of Tesla.