A look at some of the past week’s financial technology news.
Anthony Malakian examines how firms are racing to the cloud to roll out new market data services. He also looks at ChartIQ's name change, the regulatory reporting space, and Lazard's Covid-19 data rollout.
The vendor plans to exploit the larger footprint of parent DXC and to launch new services in the US.
Hughes has spent more than 30 years in senior positions in the banking and financial technology industries.
The pair--who share common backgrounds in the industry--will contribute to expanding the startup and driving client adoption.
Exegy officials say the new roles will help the vendor meet the needs of "a rapidly evolving" marketplace.
Lansdowne will help the vendor expand in Europe and Asia, where it has identified growth opportunities, officials say.
The new hires have almost 100 years of combined experience in engineering, most within financial market data.
Chuck brings Datactics 25 years of experience in data and trading-related softwrae sales.
Lopez Lansdowne and Salmon continue the vendor's hiring this year to bolster its sales and technical expertise.
A company's greatest asset isn't the products it creates, or even how it uses them; it's the people who create them.
Since being acquired, Fixnetix has added a raft of experienced sales executives to its team in New York, London and Tokyo.
Former Fixnetix exec says he's "impressed" by Metamako's "rapid growth."
Officials say clients' reactions to the acquisition have been overwhelmingly positive.
The deal gives CSC a presence in "as-a-service" provision of data, trading and connectivity.
With coverage of our Asia Pacific Financial Information Conference taking center stage in this week’s Inside Market Data, debating new initiatives such as the planned Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect program—and its unexpected, indefinite delay—and the…
Expanded co-lo presence will provide more connectivity choices for Chicago-based trading firms.
Dutch fiber and microwave network provider Custom Connect has appointed Anthony Kingsnorth chief operating officer, responsible for heading the company's global operations and setting its overall business strategy.
The Johannesburg Stock Exchange will open a co-location center on its premises in May, to reduce network latency for clients from 2,400 microseconds at present to about 100 microseconds, officials say.
Alasdair Moore, a co-founder of UK-based low-latency data and trading infrastructure provider Fixnetix is stepping down from his executive role as business development director at the vendor and will take up a new non-executive position on Fixnetix's…
Low-latency long-haul fiber and microwave network provider Perseus Telecom has hired Karen Bertoli as chief marketing officer, based in the vendor's Miami, Fla office and reporting to chief executive Jock Percy.
While still a focus for high-frequency traders with latency-sensitive strategies, the latency arms race appeared to have reached a stalemate in 2013, with low latency a necessity but ultra-low latency more of an expensive luxury, with some firms…
UK-based low-latency data and trading infrastructure provider Fixnetix and datacenter provider Equinix have signed a global partnership agreement to "promote and extend" the availability of Fixnetix's datafeeds within Equinix's global financial services…
Managed market data, trading connectivity and risk technology vendor Fixnetix has added low-latency connectivity to three new marketplaces, becoming an extranet connectivity provider for pan-European equities multilateral trading facility Aquis Exchange,…