Exegy chief technology officer David Taylor says the move is in response to a "critical mass" of clients with significant deployments of its technology in London in addition to North America and Asia, as well as more deployments to support trading in London's currency markets.
Another driver behind client demand is the increased pace of change relating to datafeed protocols and formats from exchanges, he says. "As clients' tolerance for operational risk has gone down, the demands on our team to
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