This makes for an interesting balancing act for the man charged with finding ways to commercialize DTCC’s data assets while at the same time ensuring that client data is protected. But six and a half years into the job, Jordan isn’t feeling the seven-year itch. After all, he spent more than two decades at NYSE before deciding it was time to move on.
An icy wind was blowing through Jersey City, now home to DTCC’s offices, when Inside Data Management met with Jordan, but he eased the chill by
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