The Financial Information Services Division (FISD) industry group has officially announced the appointment of Thomas Davin as vice president, replacing Mike Atkin who had long held the position until his surprise departure near the end of last year. Davin, who spoke at December’s FIMA event in London on the FISD’s behalf, joins after 18 years at The Nasdaq Stock Market. His most recent role there was senior vice president for market data distribution supporting Nasdaq’s real-time market data business. In the FISD role, he will also be responsible for its reference data initiatives and liaising role with various industry bodies. The FISD is part of the Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA).
A-Team Insight Blogs
FISD Confirms Davin Appointment as Atkin Replacement
As interest in ESG investing continues to accelerate, asset managers must source and manage increasing volumes of ESG disclosure data. Data volumes are not the only problem, with different types of ESG disclosure data, the need to master the data, and a lack of standards all contributing to the challenges of getting compliance right and...
Recent years of disruption caused by the Covid pandemic, Russia-Ukraine war and climate change have accelerated the journey to data digitalisation and making better data-driven decisions – but what are the key steps along the way and how can firms use disruption as an opportunity to reimagine their data? Philip Dutton, co-founder and co-CEO at...
Now in its 13th year, the Data Management Summit (DMS) in London brings together the European capital markets enterprise data management community, to explore the evolution of data strategy and how to leverage data to drive compliance and business insight.
The ESG landscape is changing faster than anyone could have imagined even five years ago. With tens of trillions of dollars expected to have been committed to sustainable assets by the end of the decade, it’s never been more important for financial institutions of all sizes to stay abreast of changes in the ESG data...