Profile of Becca LipmanSenior Editor
Member Since: 5/8/2014
Blog Posts: 239
Becca Lipman is Senior Editor for Wall Street & Technology. She writes in-depth news articles with a focus on big data and compliance in the capital markets. She regularly meets with information technology leaders and innovators and writes about cloud computing, datacenters, market structure, and the impacts of regulations and social media on business strategy. Prior to joining WS&T Becca served as Editor-in-Chief at Kapitall Wire where she regularly reported on the stock market and trading strategies. Originally from New Jersey, she received a BA in both economics and environmental studies from New York University.
Articles by Becca Lipman
posted in August 2013
In the wake of Knight Capital, there's a trend in the front office taking on more surveillance responsibility.
If you're changing the on-boarding process because of regulations, it's an opportunity to make your customer service better.
Ardell will take on CIO responsibilities in addition to his role as head of business strategy development and head of the financial engineering and advanced trading solutions unit.
The "First Lady of Wall Street" passed away on Saturday after a battle with cancer. Her spirit and leadership will be missed.
From flash crashes to naughty squirrels, here are 10 notable exchange snafus that have crippled the stock market.
In a statement following the three hour trading halt, Nasdaq says it will continue to investigate the source of the glitch.
Following its client data review, Bloomberg is getting to where it should have been all along in terms of compliance and auditing.
Merrill Lynch is consolidating the plethora of programs that have sustained their adviser accounts into one organized platform. Despite some controversy, analysts seem excited for change.
An electronic trading platform for fixed income argues the findings of a McKinsey report that concludes the market is not ready for its service.
GoldenSource explains the challenges of on-boarding waves of smaller tech firms to data management systems and a new trend in stock exchanges.
Omgeo reports an increase in Japanese trading volume and adoption of consolidation platforms.
25-30% of hedge funds are in the process of outsourcing back and middle office work. Front end outsourcing also under discussion.
Identifying how returns are generated, by who, and in what style help asset managers and pension plans manage their exposure and sell their brand.
System integration is increasingly important for financial services. A white paper on interoperability outlines the essentials features.
Asset Control, a data management software vendor for financial institutions, has been acquired by Marlin Equity Partners.
Software engineers waste 9.9 hours on administrative tasks per week.
With increasing crackdowns by the SEC and other regulatory bodies, expect risk management technologies to flood the market -- especially those that address complicated regulatory demands.
Hedge funds are increasingly adopting the cloud for the purposes of cost savings, and the shift to cloud can mean big business opportunities for cloud providers.