After selling its voice-brokerage business to rival Tullett Prebon, NEX (formerly Icap) has forged a data alliance with Tradition.
The pair will join the vendor's executive management team.
Buy-side vendor establishes new Northern and Southern European market units, alongside existing Central European unit.
The exchange will allow Nasdaq-listed symbols and ETFs to be traded on its floor.
The alliance combines related earnings information on each vendor's platform.
SS&C Technologies' February 2016 acquisition of Advent Software raised numerous questions across the buy side, not least of which was how the acquisition might make Advent a better services and technology provider.
IBM and Axoni to develop DLT-based replacement for existing Trade Information Warehouse; R3 to act in advisory role.
Peter Maragos, current CEO of Dash, will serve as CEO of new entity.
Euronext makes offer to acquire French clearing house from London Stock Exchange, subject to completion of LSE’s merger with Deutsche Börse.
The new hires have almost 100 years of combined experience in engineering, most within financial market data.
The funding will help the vendor hire more data professionals, to complement a management hiring spree earlier this year.
Distributed-ledger technology fintech now has over $20 million in funding.
CIIS will provide sales, marketing, and technical support for MOEX market data in mainland China.
Steven McGill rejoins the vendor to head the office.
Deutsche Börse will act as exclusive licensor for India INX's data products outside India.
Bond issuers and investors will now beable to access DBRS ratings and research within the Overbond platform.
The integration will allow users to run FactSet analytics against data held in LiquidityBook's trading platforms.
The industry veteran reflects on his career so far, and outlines the opportunities he sees for Asset Control under his leadership.
Tullett Prebon's derivatives, credit and rates data will be used in a series of open-source risk analytics tools.
Integrating CEP will provide additional transparency into fixed income markets for BlackRock clients.
BestX will use Thomson Reuters' FX data to power its analytics platform.
The two German vendors are partnering to develop a data platform and terminal package that will provide an alternative to legacy data platforms.
The partnership expands the range of FX Analysis tools launched by TMX in July
The vendor aims to take advantage of evolving regulation across the Middle East and Africa