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.
A look at some of the key "people moves" from the past week, including Marion Leslie (pictured) who joins SIX.
The free tool, offered exclusively to EDM Council members, will help them assess the impact of new regulations on data management practices.
The new features and data will form the basis of a premium, fee-liable version of Koyfin's investment researh platform slated for launch next year.
The new company returns Pritchard to her love of working directly with alternative data.
At an SEC meeting Thursday, September 12, the regulator and association attempted to clarify the correct interpretations of guidance surrounding the new rule.
The delay pushes quarterly reporting requirements and reporting of self-routing activity to Jan. 1, 2020.
A look at some recent key people moves, including Kat Tatochenko (pictured), who joins MarketAxess.
Also, a look at new hires for IHS Markit, UBS, TickSmith, BitGo and Amber Group.
In Part 2, Max looks at how new technologies could help to grow the real estate market.
The value of real estate markets dwarfs other asset classes, but a lack of data has hindered its development. Part 1 of a 2-part series.
VKey will extract and present key terms from financial firms' data contracts, enabling them to better understand how they can use the data they pay for.
A look at some of the key "people moves" from July 22-26, including Amara Goeree (pictured), who joins Apex.
Vendors say their integrated solution will deliver significant data cost savings for firms by implementing usage tracking and controls.
Officials say the move completes TRG’s lineup of tools to provide “one-stop shop” data usage monitoring.
After putting new management in place for its data unit over the past year, the broker is targeting further growth from data sales.
The two companies plan to capitalize on synergies and cross-selling opportunities by integrating Axon's data policy information into TRG's license and inventory management tools.