Dan Hubscher has been taken on the newly created position of marketing director at direct market access (DMA) provider Object Trading.
He comes to the firm from Progress Software, where he served as industry marketing manager, capital markets and was responsible for overseeing marketing strategies for algorithmic trading, e-commerce, and market surveillance and monitoring since 2009. Prior to joining Progress, Hubscher worked for BT Radianz, a global financial extranet, where he led sales, marketing and development efforts for solutions in emerging areas of high-speed electronic trading, including low-latency network connectivity, automated latency decision support for algorithmic trading and hosted DMA services.
"Object Trading lets firms thrive as markets multiply and increase in complexity by helping them create scalable trading solutions," says Hubscher. "I am proud to be part of the team delivering independent, proven DMA that provides firms with a single view to the world's markets to increase efficiency, enforce compliance, and minimize risk."
Object Trading's flagship technology, FrontRunner, provides real-time market data, order execution and pre-trade risk constraints.
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