Simonian, formerly head of quantitative research at Natixis, will produce research and advise for clients.
Connolly, who served as TriOptima Group CEO since 2017, will take over from Steve Husk.
The company is leveraging AI to make investment suggestions and dig out sentiment from spoken announcements.
Cutshall takes over as chief privacy officer.
Anthony explains some of the structural changes taking place at WatersTechnology.
Frank Barbarino will be responsible for attracting and managing institutional clients for the digital securities broker-dealer.
The software provider has acquired Object+ and plans to grow more through acquisition in 2019.
Gossieaux has spent a total of 24 years at FactSet and its 2004 acquisition JCF.
Marc Bayle de Jessé brings markets infrastructure and payments experience to CLS.
The deal lets the vendor add OMS functionality to its existing trading workflow.
The founder and CEO of HPR joins the podcast to talk about lessons learned and where the industry is heading.
Gonzalez has 20 years of experience in technology management and sales at financial firms and technology providers.
MIlner spent more than 20 years at Thomson Reuters, responsible for sales of products and services across its data business.
Cohee highlights cloud, big data and machine learning as disruptive changes forcing innovation at financial firms.
This year’s North American Financial Information Summit saw C-level execs from the buy and sell sides come together to talk about data needs.
While tech advancements are being made, buy-side firms still rely on humans to make sense of alt data.
The last decade has seen Euronext chewed up and spun out following a series of mergers & acquisitions. Once again independent, Courbebaisse is writing the exchange’s IT roadmap.
Citi is the first Series B strategic investor for ChartIQ's desktop integration platform.
It seeks to solve desktop interoperability issues and expand cloud services with this latest investment.
Miller replaces Rob Binns, who decided to step down.
Its new CEO says there are 79 roles Itiviti is looking to fill to help fuel the company’s future growth.
The company is muscling into Bloomberg’s fixed income data territory with a new bond analytics service.
Kara Stein joins from the SEC, where she served since 2013.
Lauren Dillard was previously at Carlyle Group.