The IMD Wrap: Dining on data, from pay-as-you-go to all-you-can-eat

Max puts on his best Anthony Bourdain voice to reminisce about seminal sushi experiences, and to look forward to the future, where perhaps the industry will also adopt more consumption-based approaches to market data (and hopefully more sushi).

Looking back, I didn’t appreciate it at the time. How could I? A kid raised on a goat farm in rural Sussex in the south of England, thrust into the hurly burly of London, working just off the crowded tourist spot filled with flashing lights and huge billboards that is Piccadilly Circus. I was just looking for a quick takeout lunch, and didn’t fancy braving the long lines for a soggy sandwich, a half-empty bag of chips and a soda at the Boots pharmacy chain.

So, I took a dark side street and found

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Waters Wrap: Inside the mind of the CTO

After having one-on-one conversations with eight different senior bank technologists, Anthony explains how these execs look at innovation strategy from a philosophical perspective.

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