Waters Wrap: The changing role of the CDO (and NYSE’s musical chairs)

As data and analytics change, so too must the CDO function. Anthony also looks at the appointment of Lynn Martin as president of NYSE.

It’s been a busy month for exchange news. First, CME Group and Google signed a unique agreement that saw the tech giant invest in the Chicago-based exchange, which will move its trading technologies to the Google Cloud. Then Adena Friedman of Nasdaq announced that the exchange would migrate its matching engine to Amazon Web Services beginning next year. AWS also added FactSet datasets to its Amazon Data Exchange.

And yesterday, December 6, the New York Stock Exchange announced a sweeping shake

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