There’s been a shift in focus among financial firms to explore the potential of a wider range of fintech innovations – such as cloud computing, robotics, cryptography, machine learning and data analytics. The impact of these new technologies on the post-trade environment could have far-reaching implications on market structure, regulation and the management of risk. Because market infrastructures play a critical role in protecting the stability and integrity of the global financial system, there are unique issues and considerations that must be taken into account. The fundamental question underpinning this debate is – How do we balance innovation and the security of the marketplace?
During his opening remarks at the DTCC Fintech Symposium 2017, Michael Bodson, DTCC President and CEO, revealed five industry imperatives that the industry needs to tackle in the coming years to advance fintech initiatives.
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