Deutsche Börse has made a $10 million minority investment in electronic bond trading network Trumid.
ANZ, Westpac and IBM have successfully completed a trial run of distributed ledger technology to update the decades-old process of issuing, tracking and claiming on bank guarantees.
The UK's Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has told Intercontinental Exchange that it must not only sell Trayport but also rip a commercial agreement with the energy trading technology shop it acquired for $650 million less than two years ago. ICE says it will comply.
Mizuho has completed a trade finance transaction between Australia and Japan, digitising all necessary documentation and sharing the data with multiple participants across a distributed ledger.
Applicable from 26 June 2017, the EU Funds Transfer Regulation 2015 (FTR 2015) brings with it many unexpected implementation hurdles for payment service providers (PSPs). Christian Westerhaus, head of product & strategy, Institutional Cash Management, Deutsche Bank, explains why there is more to FTR 2015 than meets the eye.
Investors have completed the first live share purchases over a blockchain-powered fund distribution platform.
Interbank messaging network Swift says that 22 additional global banks have joined its blockchain proof of concept (PoC), designed to validate whether the technology can help banks reconcile their international nostro accounts in real time.
Thomson Reuters is opening an incubator in Switzerland, giving startups working in areas such as big data, analytics, AI and distributed ledgers access to its famed data and content sets.
America's oldest private bank, Brown Brothers Harriman (BBH), is looking to the future by appointing CIO Michael McGovern to a newly created role overseeing its fintech business.
Alex Prot, co-founder and CEO of French SME banking startup Quonto, shares the behind the scenes story of the highs and lows of getting a new business venture funded and off-the ground.
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