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.
At the recent Waters USA event, experts discussed how firms can leverage technology innovation to guide the data digitization process, and where human intervention remains important.
At the recent Waters USA conference, panelists discussed the current wave of alternative datasets, and how getting the most out of them requires new tools and technologies.
In conversation with Duco CEO Christian Nentwich and Waters editor in chief Victor Anderson, Citi's global head of operations and technology Don Callahan describes his efforts to influence the bank's approaches to managing data quality.
The automotive dataset is the first of many predictive offerings planned that leverage existing data assets from the former IHS business for use by systematic investors.
The expanded data collection efforts are a response to changes in fixed income trading practices and increased volatility.
The pair--who share common backgrounds in the industry--will contribute to expanding the startup and driving client adoption.
Officials say Avelacom's new route shaves 10 milliseconds off the current fastest option for connectivity between London and Tokyo, and still has scope for further improvement.
Clients will be able to connect to Bloomberg's B-Pipe feed directly from their cloud instances in Amazon Web Services' cloud.
Financial firms with a data or technology ‘vendor’ arm developed in house are finding that separation can benefit both business lines. Max Bowie speaks to companies that have spun out from other organizations about the good, the bad, and the ugly aspects…
The vendor is positioning its sales force to meet anticipated increases in demand for data management solutions from buy-side firms and tier-two banks around the globe.
To a hammer, every problem looks like a nail. Similarly, many in the financial industry think the growing data science space will solve all problems. But firms should be more critical of their needs before using data science as a hammer.
A former client of CityExecutive's recruitment search services, Khan will help the company grow its business in the EMEA and Asia-Pacific regions.
Iwanaga is a veteran of the data industry, having served in data management roles at banks as well as data and technology providers in the US and Asia.
The Mauritius-based digital asset exchange will make data available for a range of asset classes via various feeds and front-end interfaces.
D’Souza will lead the vendor's newly created private banking and wealth management division.