In this issue: Big Open Linked Data
VOL 3 | EDITION 3 | 2016
Google the phrase “big data” and you will get more than 250 million hits. It’s a big topic; one organizations around the world are talking about. But here at Thomson Reuters we’re laser-focused on enriching data’s potential into something BOLD. Big Open Linked Data. In this issue we explore the evolution of open data, the implementation of graph databases, the open FinTech ecosystem, open messaging, open platforms and a special feature on the most important topics in asset management today.
Open data is not new, but our understanding of how businesses are harnessing it has changed dramatically, even within the last couple of years.
Enterprises will have to implement a graph database to keep pace as graph analysis becomes the most effective competitive differentiator.
Today’s financial trading environment resembles that of mobile phones in 2005/06, sophisticated hardware but closed and proprietary operating systems.
On an average day, Thomson Reuters collects a petabyte of data – 10 to the power of 15 – but what is really exciting, is what we can do with it.
Asset management firms are faced with many complex issues impacting performance, here’s how top asset managers see the markets and industry landscape.
As the pace and level of complexity in managing assets has increased, it’s become imperative for the buy-side to adopt new technology innovations.
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The financial services instant messaging world remains complex as most firms use multiple messaging systems, operating independently of each other.
Thomson Reuters Lipper has produced ratings for funds around the globe for decades, in an effort to ensure investors find funds that are a good fit.
Whether you’re a US-based asset manager or an international firm with US clients, the DOL’s new Fiduciary Rule may require multiple paths to compliance.
Despite growth of trading tech, the role and expertise of sales traders in fixed-incomes and equity trading desks is still critical to serving clients.
FinTech is not new, recently there has been a wave of investment focused in four areas, putting pressure on traditional financial services players.
How will the recent rule change from the Financial Accounting Standards Board play out in the IT sector, more specifically, cloud computing companies?
There is no definitive answer to that question, but academics, investors, speculators, customers and our own research team have quite a few theories.
Here are the top concerns asset managers should be addressing throughout 2016 to ensure regulatory compliance.