Deutsche Börse's Market Data + Services division has appointed Caroline Davis as its new head of tools, a business line that offers on-demand access to cloud-hosted software applications for algorithm testing, regulatory reporting and other functions.
Davis joins Deutsche Börse from derivatives trading software vendor FfastFill, where she held several roles, including managing director of business development, global head of trade execution services, and development manager.
Davis also worked as a support analyst at Dealogic, and as a technical analyst at Goldman Sachs.
Based in London, Davis replaces Sean Chinnock, who held the position as an interim role during the integration period of the exchange's IT and market data services, and reports to Holger Wohlenberg, managing director of the MD+S division at Deutsche Börse.
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