New report from Celent, commissioned by Nasdaq: A reimagined TCO formula for FMIs migrating to cloud

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    Technology solutions that support the full trade life cycle.

    Benefit from decades of capital markets experience— both from operating our own 18 exchanges, CCP, and CSD, as well as from providing technology to 130+ organizations around the world.

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    Offer efficient, secure, and fair trading with Nasdaq's innovative and globally recognized trading technology. Our versatile solutions support different types of marketplaces and asset classes, enabling markets to scale and develop their business with the highest standards for resilience, performance, and security.

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    Add value, safeguard market integrity, and expand your business with add-on services that integrate seamlessly with our trading technology. 

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    Planning for Cloud: Regulatory Considerations for FMIs

    Planning for Cloud: Regulatory Considerations for FMIs

    As market infrastructures advance their cloud strategies and relationships with cloud service providers (CSPs), it’s vital they bring regulatory stakeholders in early and often. This overview, informed in part by Nasdaq’s experiences, looks at the key areas for FMIs to engage with regulators and vendors on —from security and resilience to risk management and architecture.

    As market infrastructures advance their cloud strategies and relationships with cloud service providers (CSPs), it’s vital they bring regulatory stakeholders in early and often. This overview, informed in part by Nasdaq’s experiences, looks at the key areas for FMIs to engage with regulators and vendors on —from security and resilience to risk management and architecture.

    2024 Outlook: State of Cloud Adoption at FMIs

    Based on lived experience in migrating three markets to the Cloud and on insights and observations gathered from delivering mission-critical market infrastructure solutions worldwide, Nasdaq has compiled a new viewpoint paper aimed at providing the 2024 Outlook for Cloud in Market Infrastructure.

    Based on lived experience in migrating three markets to the Cloud and on insights and observations gathered from delivering mission-critical market infrastructure solutions worldwide, Nasdaq has compiled a new viewpoint paper aimed at providing the 2024 Outlook for Cloud in Market Infrastructure.

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    Drive efficient, transparent trading at scale, attract liquidity, and protect market integrity with a SaaS platform that enables quick provisioning of reliable market infrastructure. 

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    Nasdaq Pulse Series

    Nasdaq Pulse: 2024 Banks and Brokers Outlook
    In this Nasdaq Pulse episode, Gil Guillaumey, Head of Capital Markets Technology at Nasdaq, provides insights into the 2024 outlook for banks and brokers. He discusses the evolving landscape of regulations, market reforms, and infrastructure modernization initiatives that are impacting the financial industry. Guillaumey also explores the strategies financial institutions can adopt to navigate these challenges and meet the growing demands of clients. Stay informed about the latest trends and challenges facing banks and brokers in 2024.
    Feb 27, 2024

    2023 Global Post-Trade Industry Study

    Survey Findings

    Nasdaq partnered with ValueExchange to develop a global pulse on how 300+ decision-makers spanning global post-trade constituents are actioning their transformation journeys.

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    Nasdaq partnered with ValueExchange to develop a global pulse on how 300+ decision-makers spanning global post-trade constituents are actioning their transformation journeys.

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    Comprehensive risk management tools that help banks and brokers minimize risks and maximize capital efficiency in increasingly regulated, latency-sensitive, and high-volume trading environments.

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    Including risk management & governance, data management, intelligence, & service digitalization.

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    Nasdaq's technology powers 130+ global infrastructure organizations in 50+ countries. 

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    Nasdaq's technology powers 130+ global infrastructure organizations in 50+ countries. 

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    NFF is Nasdaq’s evolutionary harmonized approach to delivering robust end-to-end solutions to financial infrastructure providers in an open, agile environment.

    The framework consists of a single operational core that ties together the deep portfolio of Nasdaq’s proven business functionality across the trade lifecycle, in an open framework whereby exchanges, clearinghouses and CSDs can easily integrate Nasdaq’s business applications with each other, as well as other third-party solutions.

    In addition to being able to integrate a broad range of business functions, NFF's unique, purpose-built design enables end user firms to easily leverage the latest in technology developments (for example: Blockchain and Machine Learning) and bring new functionality to market more quickly.

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    Nasdaq Marketplace Technology Solutions

    Nasdaq offers a comprehensive portfolio of modular, interoperable solutions for exchange matching, internal markets, risk management, clearing, settlement, and depository. Our scalable solutions support market operators and financial market infrastructures of all sizes with reliable performance, resilience, and robust functionality.  

    In addition, Nasdaq offers a range of complementary solutions that enable provisioning of indices and efficient digital member services, as well as protection from market abuse and operational trading risks.

     

    Nasdaq delivers marketplace technology to many different customer segments in different industries, including traditional securities exchanges, clearinghouses, and central securities depositories (CSDs), as well as new types of marketplaces in areas such as cryptocurrency, real estate, carbon credits, and more.  

    Nasdaq also supplies technology to banks and brokers for operation of alternative trading systems, single dealer platforms, internalization, and risk management.   

     

    Nasdaq provides multi-asset solutions, supported asset classes and instruments include but is not limited to stocks, ETFs, futures and options, bonds, repos, foreign exchange, commodities, energy, crypto currencies, NFTs, and carbon credits.  

    Nasdaq offers multiple delivery and deployment options for its marketplace technology solutions meeting different customer needs and requirements.  

    Delivery and service models include Software as a Service, Managed Services, or Client-Managed/Self-Managed. Deployment options include in the cloud, on premise, and hybrid setups. 

    Nasdaq has been a technology leader throughout its fifty-year tenure, developing market infrastructure that today powers more than 130 of the world's market infrastructure operators, including broker-dealers, exchanges, clearinghouses, and central securities depositories, in over 50 countries with end-to-end, mission-critical technology solutions.