The hires include a number of industry veterans who have served at rival vendors IBM and Tibco.
Greening has many years' experience of managing contributor relations and associated processes across the data vendor community.
New appointments in foreign exchange and analytics will lead New York and London efforts, respectively.
The new hires are designed to support ongoing growth at the vendor, in addition to other sales and account management hires made earlier this year.
Ben Levitan, who previously led IMN, joins content collaboration provider
Former Deutsche Bank executive takes over as director of RIXML.org
Between them, Beebeejaun and Diehl have almost 50 years of experience in the data industry.
The alternative data platform hopes to leverage Richards' more than 30 years of data industry experience.
Leading the UK-based consultancy's US charge is Trista Burke, who joins CJC after stints at FIS and Activ Financial.
Willock previously spent a decade in various roles at Nasdaq, before joining TMX's data arm.
Willock will lead Canadian exchange's real-time data team.
De Niese previously served as head of Visa's European innovation labs in London, Berlin and Tel Aviv.
Technology consulting firm appoints Toby Bryans as principal consultant of its finance practice.
Naumann has held various sales roles at Barchart since joining the vendor in 2008.
The former Citi and Bloomberg exec will be responsible for product management at the startup.
Industry veteran joins from Thomson Reuters
On the Record: Mission ‘Control’: Hepsworth’s Plan to Capitalize on Risk and Reference Data’s Move to Real Time
New Asset Control chief executive Mark Hepsworth outlines his vision for the vendor, leveraging years of experience in the real-time and reference data industries.
The vendor has reached a critical mass in Europe, and is now looking to grow its business overseas in response to client needs, officials say.
Australian vendor opens first regional office, based in Tokyo, focusing on Japan, Hong Kong and Singapore markets.
Johnson replaces Gil Mandelzis, who stepped down in July this year and will keep his position at the Icap global executive management group.
Daffin's hire represents USAM's first foray into local markets outside North America.
Samad was previously CEO of the Barclays Risk Analytics and Index Solutions business, prior to its recent sale to Bloomberg.
Appointment of new regional heads aimed at growing presence in Russian, European, American and Asian markets.
Mansueto, who founded Morningstar in 1984, plans to adopt a more flexible schedule that will allow him to focus more on strategy, technology and investments.