KB Tech Seeks Funding to Target TDI Ticker Renaissance at MiFID 2

The software vendor sees potential uses of its revamped version of the TDI messaging layer and suite of related data and trading services arising from MiFID 2.

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KB Tech co-founder and director David Briggs set up the company in 2004 after leaving ticker plant vendor CMS Webview, which originally developed TDI. He worked on several projects with CMS chief executive Bob Antell, who in 2009—after the demise of CMS—granted KB Tech full rights to the TDI software, and became a shareholder and executive chairman and of KB Tech in 2013 with responsibility for sales, marketing and business planning and development functions. Briggs then set about re-developing

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