Max is editor of Inside Market Data and Inside Data Management.
Max joined then-Risk Waters Group (prior to its acquisition by Incisive Media) in 2000, and has worked as a reporter on Risk Magazine, FX Week, Trading Technology Week (now Sell-Side Technology) and Buy-Side IT (now Buy-Side Technology), before joining IMD as European reporter in 2003. He moved to New York as US reporter in 2005, and became editor in 2006.
Max lives in Astoria, New York with his wife and twin girls, and enjoys playing rock music, wine tastings, and market data.
Sterling has improved the way data is displayed in its platform, to account for traders needing to display the same content and graphics on fewer and smaller screens.
After acquiring a raft of US Treasuries market data, the vendor plans to round out its fixed income coverage, then turn its attention to other asset classes over the coming year.
The vendor is working on new ways for clients to identify and get the most value out of datasets and help data providers such as MSCI satisfy new client demand.
With the support of new majority owner Peninsular Capital, NovaSparks plans initiatives to expand the use cases for its FPGA market data technologies into the trading and risk sectors.
The support center will allow the vendor to better support key client locations as it looks to expand further into new markets around the world.
In addition to supporting NICE Actimize's needs, the partnership opens SIX up to new potential audiences beyond its back-office feed clients.
The concept of on-demand data isn’t new, but the technology required to make it a reality is now emerging. Max asks whether data providers have the vision and will to make it happen.
Originally conceived to serve the needs of financial professionals, Predictive Insights has a wide range of predictive applications, even beyond capital markets.
This Week: Trading Technologies, Deutsche Borse, SS&C-Canoe, TNS, Clearstream-LCH, S&P, Refinitiv, Sterling TT
A summary of some of the past week’s financial technology news.
The move is intended to bridge clients' perception gap between its ChartIQ charting and Finsemble smart desktop integration businesses.
The new datasets will provide investors with insight into which companies are opening locations and generating revenues, and which locations are receiving freight shipments.
The suite of microservices will allow firms with high data requirements to configure specific content and tools in the cloud.
The new solution can give firms insight into the activities, performance, and health of employees working from home during the Covid-19 outbreak, to monitor for potential risk factors and security breaches.
As FISD has made it easier for data professionals working remotely to complete its FIA certification, Tradition has taken the opportunity to put its global data sales team through the certification process.
After experiencing demand for the raw data it collects from financial statements, New Constructs has enlisted an advisory board to help expand takeup of the data.
The vendor will use the funding to expand its data collection activities worldwide and hire resources to staff the effort.
Following Newman's retirement, Reeve will take on his content products and solutions, including its Open:Factset Marketplace.
Having developed two separate product lines to showcase its charting and smart desktop integration offerings, ChartIQ is now bringing them closer together to solve client needs.
Financial firms spend a lot of money on office space, but what happens to that space if more employees are working from home? Perhaps something of a WeWork for fintechs is the answer.