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Markit Integrates Datasets to Deliver Enhanced iNAV for ETPs

Markit has integrated its fixed income evaluated pricing and fair value data services with exchange traded fund data to deliver an enhanced intraday net asset value (iNAV) service for exchange traded products (ETPs). The service is available immediately and is designed to improve transparency around ETP pricing. The company has offered an iNAV service for…

Talking Reference Data with Andrew Delaney: It’s All About the People

Social media is a wonderful thing. It’s how I know that an industry friend is gallivanting around Australia. Or making an intriguing connection with another industry friend. Or has got a new job. This week, LinkedIn yielded a couple of interesting snippets. As you’ll have seen, Kate Toumazi has moved to the new role of…

Kate Toumazi Switches Role to Become Head of Risk and Data Services at Thomson Reuters

Kate Toumazi has moved from the role of global head of front office in the Enterprise Content leadership team at Thomson Reuters to take up the new role of global head of risk and data services in the Pricing and Reference Services leadership team within the company’s risk division. The new role has been designed…

GoldenSource Names New CEO as it Moves into EDM as a Service

In a move to position itself for the next generation of enterprise data management (EDM) as a service, GoldenSource has named former Pivot chief John H Eley as CEO. Eley replaces Mike Meriton, who has led GoldenSource since January 2002 and remains at the firm as vice chairman with a remit to capitalise on growth…

Change at the Top as Gross Exits SIX Group and Zeller is Elected Chairman

Thomas Gross, CEO of the Financial Information division at SIX Group, will leave the company tomorrow, Wednesday 5 June 2013, after four years in the role. Gross told a board meeting of his decision to leave the group last week. He will be replaced on an interim basis by Marcel Bättig, COO of the business….

Stanley Young Departs Bloomberg

Stanley Young has left Bloomberg, where he was CEO of the company’s Enterprise Products and Solutions division. He was with Bloomberg almost a year, having joined in June 2012. A Bloomberg spokesperson offered this statement: “Stanley Young joined Bloomberg to help broaden our enterprise offerings and strategy. As part of that initiative, he helped us…

Stop Press: Palmieri Parts Company with Bloomberg

Roseann Palmieri, poached two years ago from Thomson Reuters to launch Bloomberg’s enterprise data management business and a prime-mover in the latter’s acquisition of PolarLake, has left the firm. In a statement, Bloomberg confirmed her departure, saying “Roseann Palmieri has left Bloomberg. She joined the company to build the EDM business, and she accomplished that…

SEC Names RiskMetrics Co-Founder Gregg Berman as Head of Office of Analytics and Research

The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has named risk expert Gregg Berman as head of the Office of Analytics and Research in its Division of Trading and Markets. The office was set up last year to conduct research and analysis that will help inform the Commission’s policies on markets and market structure. Its focus…

SunGard Confirms Departure of Marketing Chief Paul Wilson

It has emerged that Paul Wilson has left the role of chief marketing officer (CMO) at SunGard Financial Systems after working at the company for a total of nearly 14 years. Wilson joined SunGard in 1999, initially leading the marketing of two international business segments before being promoted to lead corporate marketing in EMEA and…

Chris Bannocks Joins Barclays to Head Up Global Reference Data

Chris Bannocks has moved on from the role of managing director, global head of enterprise data management at Nomura International to head up reference data at Barclays. Bannocks joined Barclays in London this week and takes the title managing director, global head of reference data. His responsibility is reference data on a global basis across…