REDI Looks Outside of the Financial World for Financial World Support

More single-dealer EMS acquisitions could be in REDI's future

Josh Schubkegel, CTO, REDI

Since being spun out from Goldman Sachs in 2013, REDI Global Technologies has looked to stamp its own unique mark on the industry. Part of that move, REDI's chief technology officer Josh Schubkegel says, will be influenced by hiring from outside of the financial services industry.

Schubkegel joined Goldman's REDI team as CTO six months prior to the carve out and he has a background that includes stints at Bridgewater Associates and UBS Investment Bank. He understands the importance of building a

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