Tradefeedr announces Buy-Side advisory board, Liquidity Providers board in progress

Rick Steves

Tradefeedr’s network comprises over 70 buy- and sell-side clients and 10 trading platforms. The formation of an LP Advisory Board is also in progress, ensuring representation of all market participants’ needs.

Tradefeedr has announced the formation of its new Buy-Side Client Advisory Board. This initiative aims to leverage insights from leading buy-side institutions to advance FX data analytics.

The Board includes prominent figures from the industry, such as Alan Lucero from Norges Investment Management and Ayodele Arubi from Brevan Howard. Other members include executives from T.Rowe Price, Campbell and Company, Schroders, Invesco, BlueCrest, MEAG, Insight Investments, APG, DWS, and PGGM.

Tradefeedr’s network comprises over 70 buy- and sell-side clients and 10 trading platforms. The formation of an LP Advisory Board is also in progress, ensuring representation of all market participants’ needs.

Balraj Bassi, Co-founder & CEO of Tradefeedr, said, “Our thanks go to each person who has generously committed their time to our Client Advisory Board. In the last three years, Tradefeedr has scaled significantly, incorporating more buy-side clients, LPs, and platforms into the ecosystem. To maintain our leading position, innovation is key – both in refining our current offerings and developing new services. Insights from our Buy-Side Client Advisory Board will be instrumental in meeting customer needs and guiding investment in new and impactful products for our extensive client network.”

The Buy-side Client Advisory Board members include:

Alan Lucero, FX Trader at Norges Investment Management
Ayodele Arubi, Trade Cost Analyst at Brevan Howard
Brendan McMurtray, Vice President, FX Electronic Trading at T.Rowe Price
Dave Biser, Director of Trading at Campbell and Company
Eric Brown, Trader at T.Rowe Price
Gordon Noonan, Global Head of FX Trading at Schroders
Grayson Niehaus, FX Trader at Invesco
Michal Marcek, Quant Macro at BlueCrest
Nick Nellis, Senior Trader at MEAG
Rich Turner, Senior FX Trader at Insight Investments
Ronald Lagarde, Senior Trader at APG
Stefan Helber, Senior FX Trader at DWS
Tjerk Methorst, Treasury & Trading at PGGM

Tradefeedr offers Standardised Data, Metrics & Analysis for trading teams by connecting the world’s leading financial institutions to a common data layer.

The eminent FX Data Analytics Platform has most recently welcomed TD Securities to its network. By leveraging Tradefeedr’s unified data API, TD Securities and its clients can now access and analyze their trading data more efficiently, promoting transparency and fostering better engagement across parties. This integration facilitates the seamless flow of TD Securities’ trading data into Tradefeedr’s platform, simplifying processes such as Transaction Cost Analysis (TCA), client analysis, benchmarking, and comparisons. TD Securities aims to foster a “data dialogue” with its buy-side clients, ensuring both use the same independent tools for assessments and algorithmic analysis.

Tradefeedr’s reputable data analytics network encompasses 21 premier Liquidity Providers, 50 major buy-side firms, and 10 trading platforms. This collaborative environment offers a consistent perspective of trading data, complemented by state-of-the-art, independent analytical tools. The engagement of TD Securities with Tradefeedr underscores a growing industry trend towards data-centric strategies and transparency in foreign exchange trading operations.

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