Big Guns Skip SIFMA, Though Rising Vendors Still Find Value

Inside Market Data

This year’s SIFMA Expo promises to deliver a packed cast of cutting-edge technology providers as SIFMA evolves the event to adapt to changing market conditions that have shrunk participation in recent years. However, the three largest data vendors—Thomson Reuters, Bloomberg and Interactive Data—will not be exhibiting at this year’s show, leaving others to take advantage of their absence.

Thomson Reuters last exhibited at the event in 2008, yielding the coveted former Quotron booth to Interactive

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