CNBC recently reported that "Goldman Sachs' spent 14 years developing a platform called Alloy to help it access and analyze the growing set of financial databases being created across the firm. Now Goldman is taking the unusual step of making that program, as well as the language underlying it, available to the rest of Wall Street for free as open-source software in collaboration with a nonprofit called FINOS."
FINOS Director of Programs, Rob Underwood and Executive Director, Gabriele Columbro were recently interviewed by Markets Media about the announcement of Goldman Sachs' contributing an open source project to the Foundation.
FINOS and Executive Director Gabriele Columbro were recently featured in a Business Insider article about Wall Street's tech talent "truce" and the Goldman Sachs' open source contribution to the Foundation.
Goldman Sachs' contribution of the Alloy platform to FINOS was recently featured in the E-Financial Careers Morning Coffee.
FINOS Open Source Project Perspective was recently named Project of the Week by the Software Development (SD) Times.
Tosha Ellison, FINOS Director of Member Success and Marketing has been recently noted the in the Markets Media shortlist for the upcoming Women in Finance Awards for 2019.
The FINOS team was recently interviewed by Adeva - an exclusive developers' network that helps companies scale engineering teams on demand.
Anthony Malakian spent several weeks with FINOS Members RBC Capital Markets and OpenFin to see how desktop app interoperability works in motion.
FINOS was recently featured in a TokenPost article about the announcement of four new members, RBC, Wipro, Whitesource and Axoni.
FINOS Director of Member Success Tosha Ellison, recently spoke with Business Insider about the resistance of hedge funds to come down the open source path, as other financial services sections are doing more and more on non-proprietary software and systems.