Significant technology appointments coincide with company rebrand as Broadway capitalizes on global growth and prepares for the future. NEW YORK, NY – November 30, 2021 – Broadway, a leading provider of high-performance front-office solutions, today announced it has elevated three long-tenured Broadway technology leaders to its Leadership Team. The appointments
Though time has seemed to stand still for many of us over the past 20+ months, the futures industry kept moving forward during these unprecedented COVID times. We may not be in the clear, but it was a breath of fresh air to reconnect with industry colleagues and friends and
At Broadway, we have always focused on solving the industry’s toughest FICC trading workflow challenges. Almost 20 years ago, as the automation of global markets was kicking into gear, we saw an opportunity to help participants navigate this shift through. With fairness, transparency, and teamwork as our foundational values, we
I can only echo the sentiments of my colleague Carlota in her recent blog about FILS 2021 — it was such a treat to be back at a live event. Debating current trends and catching up with clients and peers in this type of environment is something that won’t be
Two weeks ago, several of the global Broadway team were lucky enough to attend one of our first in-person conferences in almost two years: The Fixed Income Leaders Summit. And it’s fair to say, we are all still buzzing from a fantastic few days in London. It was a packed
NEW YORK and LONDON – Oct. 4, 2021 – Broadway Technology, a leading provider of high-performance front-office solutions, today announced it has added two FinTech veterans to its expanding global business development team. Broadway continues to invest in premier industry talent to propel its continued global growth and enhance its
FinTech veteran will direct business development and client relationship management initiatives. NEW YORK, NY – September 13, 2021 – Broadway Technology, a leading provider of high-performance front-office solutions, today announced it appointed Dan Romanelli as Head of Relationships. In his role, Romanelli is responsible for driving business development initiatives and
In his look at the low-code/no-code movement, ZDNet’s Joe McKendrick argues that it will still take professional developers to lay and maintain the foundation. He speaks with Broadway Chief Architect Eitan Reich, who notes that “ensuring the system continues to behave well across all scenarios is something that still requires
This article originally appeared on The TRADE News. * * * One of the well-documented pandemic outcomes for bank trading desks was the accelerated pace of electronification in fixed income trading. The move to a virtual environment required shifts in how liquidity was sourced for asset managers, how traders interacted
FinTech Expert Joins Executive Team to Drive Client Success, Capture Market Opportunity and Execute Strategic Vision NEW YORK, NY – July 12, 2021 – Broadway Technology, a leading provider of high-performance front-office solutions, today announced it appointed Bruce Boytim Chief Operating Officer. Boytim joined Broadway’s expanded executive team to optimize
In his weekly column, WatersTechnology Editor in Chief Anthony Malakian looks at two recent high-profile fintech CEO appointments: Michael Chin of Broadway and Brad Levy of Symphony. “Chin finds himself at the helm of a company reborn, even if its skin and skeleton appear largely the same, sans an appendage
WatersTechnology Editor in Chief Anthony Malakian profiles “Broadway Technology 2.0,” looking at our plans to further build out our fixed income trading workflows, grow our “as-a-service offering,” lean into the low-code movement and potentially expand into new asset classes. To read the full article, click here.
In a video interview with TABB Group’s Bruce Morris, Broadway Technology CEO Michael Chin discusses the evolution of the firm, as well as the role of regulation and technology and how it is transforming the fixed income business. To watch the full video, click here.
This article originally appeared on TradersMagazine.com. * * * Over the past several years, we have witnessed a rapid acceleration in the emergence of cutting-edge technologies across the trading lifecycle. It is safe to say there will be no turning back for financial institutions. The ability to collect and analyze
This article originally appeared on InternationalBanker.com. * * * The COVID-19 pandemic upended almost all industries, including investment banking. Once bustling trading floors quickly transformed into a dispersed network of home offices and new operational risk challenges arose. Technological innovations and an ever-evolving regulatory landscape have made archaic approaches to
Long-term Broadway Executive Elevated to Senior Strategic Role NEW YORK, NY – April 26, 2021 – Broadway Technology, a leading provider of high-performance front-office solutions, today announced it has promoted Claudia Cantarella to the role of Chief Legal Officer. Cantarella will also join the Executive Leadership Team and direct the
Broadway CEO Michael Chin talks with Market Media about the fixed income market “arms race” underway among those trying to take part and as trading without the right technology has become nearly impossible. To read the full article, click here.
Co-founder Tyler Moeller to assume role of Chief Innovation Officer as company continues to drive ongoing growth, technology innovation and customer excellence NEW YORK, March 29, 2021 — Broadway Technology, a leading provider of high-performance front-office solutions, today announced it has named Michael Chin as CEO and will appoint him
Dispersed trading floors are here to stay. While sell-side traders will eventually make it back to the trading floor, banks are accepting that they will need to maintain partially remote trading floors for the foreseeable future. Though triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic, this is just another step along the path
This article originally appeared on MarketsMedia.com. * * * Disruption is occurring everywhere in capital markets. Over the past 12 years, the economics of how major institutions operate their FICC (fixed income, currencies and commodities) trading divisions has undergone a tectonic shift. The organizational and architectural choices that firms make
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