OpenFin Hires Ex-Deutsche Data Exec Wood to Boost Enterprise Business

Wood, former head of market data services at Deutsche Bank, will be responsible for growing OpenFin's adoption among end-users and vendor partners.


OpenFin, which provides a container-based operating system for deploying and integrating technology and data services via virtual desktops, has appointed former Deutsche Bank exec Stephen Wood as global head of enterprise deployment, to accelerate takeup among financial firms and participation by vendors.

Wood was most recently global head of market data services at Deutsche Bank, where he spent six years, including as head of market data, risk and compliance, and was responsible for strategy

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