The M&E industry is experiencing an unprecedented wave of technological advancements that will continue to disrupt and advance the industry.
With the London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) ceasing to exist at midnight January 1, 2021, financial services firms around the world are faced with an enormous data management challenge.
DXC Technology’s company Luxoft has joined the partner ecosystem of Dublin-based client lifecycle management (CLM) solutions provider Fenergo, thereby striking an alliance with the latter.
GoldenSource and Luxoft, a digital strategy and software engineering firm, have formed a global alliance that makes Luxoft a preferred implementation and business development partner for connecting banks, brokers, investment managers and capital markets service providers with the GoldenSource enterp...
Luxoft Financial Services has partnered with GoldenSource to improve the offering of enterprise management data.
European banks are whistling past the graveyard regarding their preparedness for the Securities Financing Transaction Regulation’s March 2020 deadline, according to recent polls.
The level of confidence among banks regarding Securities Financing Transactions Regulation (SFTR) compliance might be too high, according to IT company Luxoft.
Tier one, tier two and tier three investment banks are ‘overconfident’ about the Securities Financing Transactions Regulation (SFTR) implementation, according to a new Regulatory Outlook Report from Luxoft.
Swiss design consultancy Rinspeed will present a scaled-down version of its Snap concept at CES, Las Vegas, in January: microSNAP has been shrunk to “the dimensions of a Renault Twizy”, the company says, to propose a modular micro-mobility solution for last-mile applications.
Following the successful blockchain-based e-vote last summer, residents of Zug, Switzerland, are eager to adopt the new voting method more broadly, citing a quicker and easier process than traditional ballots, according to a new study that surveyed those who participated in the e-vote.
So nah können Absturz und Aufbruch beieinander liegen: Am Mittwoch hat der Kanton Genf den Rückzug seines E-Voting-Systems angekündigt, das sieben Kantone anwenden. Am Freitag verkünden Behörden und IT-Spezialisten aus dem Zuger Crypto Valley, dass der Probelauf mit der weltersten E-Voting-Abstimmun...
Following Wednesday’s announcement that Geneva has shelved its evoting plans, South Korea unveiling they are trailing blockchain-based voting and the recent evote trials in West Virginia during America’s midterms, it looks like blockchain-based voting is becoming popular when it comes to municipalit...
A gentle intro to design considerations for a large-scale internet-connected web of sensors
South Korea-based Penta Security has added an electric vehicle charging security solution, AutoCrypt V2G, to its AutoCrypt suite for connected transportation systems. This is intended to provide safe communication throughout the EV charging infrastructure and charging payment systems.
Firms are increasingly exploring the benefits of cloud-based options for a range of tasks and applications. A panel of industry leaders discusses key topics, including how to best deploy cloud computing, its most effective uses, the impact of regulation on its adoption and the long-term advantages c...
Improved scalability and faster updates are among microservices’ advantages, but organizations should weigh potential challenges before making the switch.
The big tech companies – predominantly Google, Apple, Facebook and Amazon (GAFA) – have taken the western world by storm in the 21st century.
Recruiting and retaining key workers in developed financial centres may present a challenge, but there are strategies which can help
Blockchain is best known as the foundation for cyptocurrencies, but the distributed ledger technology could be deployed in a vast array of applications, including at government level.
Coutts private bank director Hassan Suffyan has quit to lead the wealth practice of IT consultancy Excelian Luxoft Financial Services (ELFS). Based in Switzerland ELFS employs around 12,900 staff across 42 cities in 21 countries, providing a range of digital services.