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CQG Announces Senior Executives’ Buyout; Continues Growth Under New Leadership

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CQG, the financial markets technology solutions provider, has announced a significant ownership change with its senior executives set to acquire the company. The buyout marks a new chapter for CQG, which has been owned by founder Tim Mather since its inception in 1980. The details of the transaction, expected to finalise this month, have not been publicly disclosed. This transition occurs under the leadership of CEO Ryan Moroney, who took the helm in 2021 after serving as President since 2017.

CQG has experienced substantial growth in recent years, bolstered by new strategic partnerships, expansion of product offerings, and increased market connectivity. Established in 1980, the company has evolved from offering front-end trading software in the U.S. to a global presence, expanding to Europe in 1988 and Asia in 1998.

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