We summarise the main technology take-aways from this year's Sibos conference, and what technological trends are being set for the securities services industry.
Despite being lauded for its potential to revolutionise the financial ecosystem, concerns remain over the energy use of blockchain after widespread reports of its impact on the environment.
Tokenised collateral mobility system eyes expansion into cash and new regions ahead of market adoption at the end of the year.
Big data is becoming a greater value proposition for custodians than the traditional model of asset keeping and settlement.
In the run up to last year’s event in Toronto, we asked John Gubert, who has been to more SIBOS conferences than any of us, which were the most memorable. Here, once again, is his report.
Experts believe regulators should be more involved in helping the industry develop distributed ledger technology (DLT) and artificial intelligence (AI).
Proxy voting and corporate actions was highlighted as a perfect starting point for securities services firms to implement DLT platforms.
Senior ECB advisor expressed concern over the development of a utility settlement coin project currently being backed by the top custodians.
Thomas Zeeb, CEO of SIX Securities Services, speaks to Global Custodian on whether the post-trade world can move beyond the search for scale.
The ASX will decide on whether to go ahead with replacing its post-trade system with a blockchain early next year.