The current situation, with so many people in isolation, is leading to increased demand for cloud services says Dan Ives, Wedbush technology analyst and manager of the Wedbush ETFMG Global Cloud Technology ETF (NYSE Arca: IVES).
Technology & software solutions
New York-based investment company BNY Mellon has launched an end-to-end technology solution to support ActiveShares for non-transparent actively managed ETFs.
IHS Markit: Best ETF Back Office Tech Provider – IHS Markit’s DeltaOne team is recognised as the Best ETF Back Office Tech Provider in the 2020 European ETF Express Awards, reflecting its status as a pioneering data aggregation provider in the market. With more than a decade of expertise in Europe’s ETF industry, IHS Markit serves a robust ecosystem of firms, including the majority of sellside institutions, delta one desks and other leading market makers.
AllocateRite's AI-powered autonomous wealth management strategies now available via iOS and Android mobile apps
AllocateRite, a New York FinTech and data science company that provides wealth managers with ETF-based dynamic asset allocation strategies and risk analytics, has made ts proprietary portfolio management and asset allocation strategies now available to iOS and Android mobile devices via a mobile app.
Truss Edge improves trade monitoring and reporting for funds with latest release of Safari technology platform
Truss Edge, a specialist technology platform for ETF and hedge fund operations, has announced the latest update to its Safari platform.
Qontigo has launched STOXX iSTUDIO to empower clients to directly design and create custom-built indices. iSTUDIO is an integrated end-to-end index development application built on STOXX’s proven open-architecture index infrastructure.
BNY Mellon: Best ETF Back Office Tech Provider – Jeff McCarthy (pictured), global head of Exchange Traded Funds, BNY Mellon explains the firm’s 20+ years of experience in ETFs has positioned the bank to leverage mature processes to deliver a next generation of technology solutions. Today, BNY Mellon, winner of Best ETF Back Office Tech Provider in the ETF Express US awards, services one third of all ETFs listed.
New York City’s Nasdaq exchange launched in 1971, bringing electronic trading to the world, and there are some old photos on their website of what HiTech looked like, back when HiFi was a new thing and WiFi was a long way off in the future.
Kevin Carter and his colleagues behind EMQQ, the USD360 million Emerging Markets Internet & Ecommerce ETF, have commented on what is the biggest, but possibly not so well known in the West, shopping day in the world.
Many platforms, particularly those employing legacy technology, don’t cater for ETFs, says Mark Northway, Sparrows Capital. Northway’s comments come in response to an article in Wealth Adviser on how platform challenges are holding back ETF adoption by discretionary fund managers.