News last week of Brendan Beith’s departure from Interactive Data was part of a wider restructuring in the company to streamline its operations and shift from a regional focus to a global one.
Interactive Data’s chief operating officer Jay Nadler now has global business heads for each vertical reporting into him. Each global vertical business head then has regional heads report into them.
As such, Andrew Hausman is president, Pricing and Reference Data, based in New York (and Brendan’s European replacement Claudio Salinardi reports into him).
Sean Brown is president of Interactive Data’s 7ticks managed services business. Emmanuel Doe is president, Trading Solutions Group. Joachim Lauterbach is president Interactive Data Managed Solutions.
Andrew, Sean, Emmanuel and Joachim all report directly to Jay.
But Regional Heads Still Remain
Separately there are still regional heads in the company, although with no direct reports. As we know, Mark Hepsworth has returned to Europe as president, Interactive Data EMEA, relinquishing his role as president globally of the pricing and reference data business. In his new role in EMEA he will be helping to drive growth in the region given his experience and background in both real-time and pricing and reference data.
He fills the gap left by Roger Sargeant’s departure earlier in the year after over 24 years with the company.
Meanwhile, Asia Pacific continues to have direct reporting lines to Dan Videtto, managing director, Asia Pacific.
Both Hepsworth and Videtto report directly into Interactive Data’s CEO Stephen Daffron.
Tim Noble Hired as New Global Head of Sales & Marketing
Interactive Data has also hired Tim Noble, former managing director UKI and The Netherlands at SAP, as new global head of sales and marketing. Tim also reports directly to CEO Stephen.