London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG) has named Tom Dunlap as chief data officer (CDO) of its Information Services Division, which includes global index provider FTSE Russell. The role is new and gives Dunlap responsibility for developing and leading the division’s global data strategy, overseeing a global team across multiple sites, engaging with key global clients, and working collaboratively across LSEG’s business, operations and technology areas to drive future growth. Dunlap will be based in LSEG’s Fort Mill, South Carolina office.
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Don’t miss this opportunity to view the recording of this recently held webinar. Artificial Intelligence (AI) is emerging as a key technology for financial services firms, with applications ranging from algorithmic stock trading and credit card fraud detection to sanctions monitoring and trade settlement. The benefits of AI technologies can include automation, reduced manual intervention,...
Xenomorph, a provider of enterprise-wide data management platforms, has reorganized senior management. The company cites strong growth in credit data analytics, tick data storage and derivatives data management. Under the reshuffle, Brian Sentance becomes CEO and Greg Johnson becomes COO. Chris Budgen, Matthew Skinner and Mark Woodgate, all founder directors, are now chief technical architect,...
The Fundamental Review of the Trading Book (FRTB) Breakfast Briefing, will examine how the capital markets industry is approaching FRTB data management and will look at the implications for the ways that firms source, manage and store data for FRTB compliance.
The highly specialised realm of high frequency trading without doubt is a great driver for a range of high performance technologies that are becoming essential tools for Wall Street. More so than the now somewhat pedestrian algorithmic trading and analytics/pricing applications that are usually cited as the reason that HPC is hitting the financial markets,...