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Scaling Client Services to Optimise OTC Market Data and Quote Delivery – with ipushpull
May 5, 2022 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
WEBINAR | 4.00pm to 5.00 pm
Join us on 5 May when Matthew Cheung and Neil Weatherall of data distribution and workflow automation fintech ipushpull will share their experiences of enabling broking desks to become more productive, scaling to serve more clients during busy market periods. In this session, participants can learn how to reduce friction from manual unstructured pre-trade activity to improve your client experience, reduce operational risk and boost liquidity.
ipushpull is a UK based company delivering live data and workflow solutions to the global financial markets industry through its unique SaaS platform. Our low code, configurable and fast-to-market approach is changing the way data-driven services are delivered and reducing the burden of costly development for our customers.
Matthew Cheung is CEO of ipushpull, a real-time data sharing and workflow platform delivering the right data at the right time in the right application to customers across the financial markets. Matthew is also co-founder of Work in Fintech, a mentoring project inspiring young people to build careers and companies in fintech and web3.
Previously, Matthew co-founded RANsquawk, a ground-breaking real-time audio news service for institutional traders. Matthew has nearly 20 years of fintech experience and is an alumni of Imperial College and City University.
Neil Weatherall is Head of Sales at ipushpull. He joined in 2020 after a career spent in sell-side Front Office trading and strategic roles at NatWest Markets and RBC. Starting in 2003 on the fledgling Inflation trading desk at NatWest, he was heavily involved in the rapid rise of the pensions hedging market and saw volumes, revenue and technology accelerate multiple times over. He now works as head of sales at ipushpull, working with clients to understand their problems and design solutions for them.
He has a broad knowledge of Financial Markets and a strong interest in how technology can improve your working day. Neil holds a BSc in Management Science from the University of Warwick.