Financial IT features Cliff Moyce, Global Head of the Finance Practice at DataArt, in the overview of 2017 tech trends predictions by finance industry experts. Moyce emphasizes cyber security, continuing digitization, Artificial Intelligence and Cloud computing as factors most critical to financial organizations’ competitiveness.
IBS Intelligence picks up the announcement of a hackathon for the insurance sector organized in Munich on March 23-24 by DataArt, Allianz Deutschland AG, the insurance analysts Franke und Bornberg and the strategy and management consultancy zeb.
Dmitry Bagrov, Managing Director of DataArt UK, discusses pros and cons of smart home technologies in Huffpost Tech UK, questioning the necessity and extent of home innovation.
In its weekly roundup of "the quality quotes from the banking technology/FinTech world" IBS Intelligence includes commentary from Cliff Moyce, Global Head of the Finance Practice at DataArt, with his opinion on the Dodd-Frank Act.
Cliff Moyce, Global Head of the Finance Practice at DataArt, contributes an article to Insurance Innovation Reporter where he explores use cases for machine learning and blockchain technologies in insurance and offers advice for their effective implementation.
Emily Sakamoto of Fund Technology talks to financial industry and technology experts about upcoming regulatory and compliance changes that stem from the implementation of Department of Labor’s Fiduciary Rule in April this year, the 2018 adoption of Mifid II, and Donald Trump’s presidency as well as the effect of these changes on the RegTech industry. Toby Bryans, Principal Consultant at DataArt, highlights the global effect of Mifid II.
In this Q&A with FX MM, Viktor Andonov, President of DataArt Bulgaria, shares his observations of the most prominent technologies to shape the financial services in 2017 and beyond.
Financial IT features Cliff Moyce, Global Head of the Finance Practice at DataArt, as he examines the stifling effect that Dodd-Frank Act and the Volcker Rule have had on banking and on business funding. Moyce argues for a need to review the recent avalanche of financial regulation.
HFM Technology covers DataArt’s 2016 year-end results, including a record $97ML in annual revenue. The oldest and most established finance practice posted a 75% growth in revenue, launching new projects for existing clients and signing new clients in banking, exchanges, asset management and insurance.