FinanceFeeds webinar: Expert panel to discuss market data for multi-asset brokerages  

Rick Steves

Market data may seem complex for many brokers, but the trading industry operates under the principle of survival of the fittest.

Brokers must always be ahead of the curve in such a competitive environment and, as they look to add exchange-traded products or new markets to their current offering, managing market data becomes quite the challenge.

It gets more and more complicated, for example, to manage market data sources and its usage in compliance with licensing requirements. 

The right tools and in-depth knowledge of what happens behind the scenes thus become critical for the future of a multi-asset brokerage in this day and age. 

TraderEvolution hosts webinar on market data for brokers 

TraderEvolution Global has announced a free webinar to address this issue and gathered prominent industry veterans that will offer their take on market data, its nuances and key points. 

The webinar host is a multi-market trading platform provider offering modular, tailored solutions that include a back-end with established connectivities to dozens of markets across the globe, and a complex front-end suite with web, mobile, and desktop applications.

The unique panel features Roman Nalivayko from TraderEvolution Global, Richard Barden from CBOE, and Anthony Mulira from ICE. FinanceFeeds Editor in Chief, Nikolai Isayev, will moderate the webinar.


These companies’ expertise in market data is unquestionable and their offering proves this point, including CBOE’s cloud-based market data streaming service powered by AWS; the ICE Data Services consolidated feed; and the integral market data entitlement system from TraderEvolution Global.  

The upcoming event will show brokers how to use market data for a robust, cost-effective multi-asset product offering, risk mitigation, analysis, and reporting.

From the most common applications of market data at multi-asset brokerages to the efficient usage of such data to satisfy compliance and commercial needs and technological solutions for properly managing data flow, the panel will address the hard questions.

One of the most pressing issues for executives, also to be covered in the webinar, is how to overcome data challenges faced by brokers today when launching new tradable asset classes and providing market data to “pro” traders.

Meet the panelists from TraderEvolution, ICE, and CBOE

Roman Nalyvaiko, Co-Founder and CEO of TraderEvolution Global

Between 2010-2017 Roman held the Global Head of Business Development position at a multi-asset solutions provider where he was supervising trading software implementations for financial institutions.

In 2017 he launched a fintech startup – TraderEvolution Global – to bring the institutional-grade solutions to the retail trading industry as he saw it increasing in sophistication.

During his career Roman was responsible for implementations of the multi-asset trading software in dozens of investment firms and banks around the world. Roman is also actively involved in the ongoing TraderEvolution’s software development process.


Anthony Mulira – Director of Global Pre-Sales, Real Time Feeds at ICE Data Services

Anthony Mulira is Director of Global Pre-Sales, Real Time Feeds at ICE Data Services, a leading provider of market data solutions which is part of ICE. Mulira is responsible for solution design, including technical, commercial, and contractual oversight for the Feeds business, which provides aggregated content from 600+ global sources in real-time and historical tick and bar formats.

Mulira has 15 years’ experience in the market data industry working in and leading customer facing functions in support of the delivery of real time market data. Prior to joining ICE in 2020, Mulira spent 13 years at Bloomberg in a variety of roles inclusive of Client Services and Production Support and Operations, working in both London and New York. He holds an MBA from Cornell University, Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management and a BScEcon from Aberystwyth University.

Richard Barden – Director of Market Data Sales, CBOE Global Markets

Richard Barden joined Cboe Global Markets in 2018 as Director, Market Data Sales. Richard is responsible for the expansion and distribution of Cboe’s Market Data offerings throughout Europe and the Middle East. Cboe offers a global suite of market data products, spanning US, European & APAC Equities, U.S. & EU Options, US & EU Futures, US, EU & APAC Indexes and FX.

Prior to joining Cboe, Richard spent 10 years at Morningstar working in a variety of roles within their Market Data business. Richard has over 20 years of experience working within the financial industry, having previously held roles at Tenfore (now Morningstar), Thomson Financial (now Refinitv) and Financial Express (now FE fundinfo). Richard holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in History from the University of Hertfordshire.

Register now for this free webinar in order not to miss!

19 January, 2022 11:00 AM New York 4:00 PM London 6:00 PM Cyprus


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