Another day packed with performance points and tag-team sessions, JAX Finance brings it up a notch with a fab timetable for Day 2.
Couldn’t make it to JAX Finance? Get a dose of what you’re missing out on with this healthy roundup of sessions, topics and ideas.
Broker dealers still relying on spreadsheets to keep track of trades and post-trade analysis need to listen up – Firm58 want to shed some light on their innovative back-office technology that helps firms manage complex post-trade requirements.
Unless everyone else is doing it, banks aren’t going to be leading the pack when it comes to innovation in technology. With startups fuelling the financial IT boom, what do banks need to do to get their development areas engaged?
A recent report from the British Banking Association has focused on Bitcoin as the main hindrance to valuable payments revenue, with MasterCard claiming cryptocurrency as its new competition.
In spite of its central role in banking, many financial employers see IT as a “necessary evil”, says former NYSE programmer and clearpool.io director Dr. Jamie Allsop.
Finance may be a “dry subject”, says HFT programmer Peter Lawrey, but it’s never bad to work for an employer that has money. Stack Overflow’s most active Java commenter explains what it’s like to work in high frequency trading and banking.
Veteran banking developer and JAX Finance speaker Mashooq Badar explains what it’s like to work in finance and the obstacles that developers face.
Celer’s Java trading platform will now enable trading firms to customise their applications and carry out more consistent trading with more control over latency.
Tails 1.3, the Amnesic Incognito Live System famously used by Edward Snowden, has just been released and introduces the Electrum Bitcoin Wallet, on top of addressing numerous security concerns.
Rakuten is one of the world’s largest online financial platforms, and in an unprecedented move, the Japanese giant has chosen to share how they overhauled their entire legacy system and moved across to Java EE.
Number26 is Europe’s most modern bank account, with all transactions appearing instantly on your smartphone. As a rising star on the FinTech stage, we were keen to hear more about the tech behind Europe’s latest banking solution.
After most of Silicon Valley (except for Apple) snubs Obama’s cybersecurity conference, the U.S. president has professed his love of Apple Pay, but has forgotten to mention Samsung Pay. #awkward
Where in the world should you be if you’re eager to have your finger on the pulse of FinTech? What cities best represent the culture, technology, innovation and growth that the FinTech space is continuing to have?