German Firms Must Overcome Privacy Concerns to Save More from Market Data

Goeksel Yildiz, RWE Supply & Trading; Janos Bohnke, Allianz Global Investors; Stefanie Auth, WestLB; Albert Vliegen, TBXCompany

Centralization of market data management dominated discussions at last week’s Frankfurt Financial Information Summit, with end-user panelists agreeing that achieving a complete overview of their firms’ market data has been a key strategy towards cost-cutting and coping with Germany’s changing market structure.

After undertaking a project to centralize market data management—first in Germany, and now across Europe—Janos Bohnke, vice president and head of market data services at Allianz Global

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