Interactive Brokers Hires Bill Lee as Data Advisor

The data veteran will advise the broker on issues relating to contract negotiation and data licenses.

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Though primarily a market-making and execution business, Interactive Brokers faces many of the same challenges around market data compliance as end-user investment firms, Lee says. As such, his new role will include similar responsibilities to those of his previous roles at JP Morgan and Morgan Stanley, including contract negotiation, audits and content use.

Since leaving JP Morgan─where he was vice president of sourcing and procurement for global exchanges and index providers─in April, Lee

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