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.
The new appliances leverage an in-house-developed network interface card that enables the vendor to boost data processing and distribution.
The new platform will allow users to evaluate alternative data sources available via the Open:FactSet Marketplace.
The move will enable the 325,000 users of Bloomberg terminals to incorporate Orbital Insight's geospatial data into their existing trading and analysis workflow.
Read joins MSCI after 25 years of holding senior roles at buy-side firms.
IRD editor Jamie Hyman interviews Peter Moss, CEO of SmartStream Reference Data Utility.
The trio of execs bring decades of experience in the financial services and market data industries.
Kraines will bring his more than 25 years of experience to help the vendor grow and leverage sales opportunities.
Max Bowie interviews SIX Group's John McManus on the vendor's trio of wins at this year's IMD/IRD Awards.
Bloomberg's Varun Pawar discusses the vendor's two wins at this year's IMD/IRD Awards
Fitch Solutions president Ranjit Tanaikar speaks to IMD editor Max Bowie about winning this year's Best Research Provider award.
Like many of his Credit Benchmark colleagues, Pastoressa spent much of his career at Thomson Financial and Thomson Reuters.
The vendor anticipates that many financial firms acting as "self-administrators" of proprietary indexes will choose to enlist a third party to comply with the upcoming BMR regulation.
Ringrose's hire is part of an effort to bolster takeup of Nasdaq's Analytics Hub of alternative datasets among buy-side market participants.
Panelists at the recent Toronto Financial Information Summit outline the key opportunities and challenges for machine learning and artificial intelligence in the financial markets.
Some fear the prospect of artificial intelligence taking traders' jobs. But, explains National Bank of Canada's Alexis Gouslisty, AI's greatest opportunities are in transforming the way banks manage data internally and how they interact with clients.
O'Neill will be responsible for growing takeup of the vendor's compliance and onboarding technologies among buy-side firms.
By making its content available via OpenFin's container, Money.Net will gain access to a broader potential audience of OpenFin clients.
Max Bowie reports from Toronto on Canadian firms' opinions of the challenges associated with using alternative data.