The vendor says MiFID II has driven its clients to explore alternative sources of data, such as social media, to meet best execution requirements.
Barisa, a 28-year Reuters veteran, will help steer the vendor’s expansion plans in the Nordic region.
Birshan previously spent 15 years at Bloomberg in a variety of sales roles, having started at the vendor as an analyst.
In addition to datasets already under consideration, the exchange could also include data from Asia and other parts of the world across asset classes in the future, reports Wei-Shen Wong.
In his new role, trading technology veteran Chris Evans will help lead Web Financial’s expansion into North America.
Demand for outsourced trade reporting solutions is driven by upcoming regulatory deadlines.
The acquisition is part of a wider strategy by the exchange to offer more data products which may appeal to the buy side
Rimes Technologies introduces cloud-based Rimes RegFocus BMR Control.
Anthony Malakian looks at a dozen live projects in the capital markets that use machine-learning tools to improve front-, middle-, and back-office processes.
Watson has spent more than 30 years selling market data and trading floor technologies and services.
Lindberg, a former colleague of Millistream CEO Per Rastin at Ecovision and SIX, will lead sales in Sweden's capital for the Goteburg-based data vendor.
Young will bring more than a decade of experience at OppenheimerFunds and S&P to creating insights and solutions for FTSE Russell clients.
YData will focus on providing datasets of event types not already covered by other data providers.
The deal provides worldwide distribution of CCT-BGC's data, while expanding Fenics' portfolio of international content.
Six entities have been officially approved by the Financial Conduct Authority to act as APAs under MiFID II.
CLSA represents Symphony's largest rollout in Asia to date for its secure messaging and collaboration platform.
The Sydney-based company will provide ratings and research for listed and unlisted property funds in Australia.
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