Interactive Data Named ‘Outstanding Market Data Provider’ by The Trade

New York - 1 December 2015

2015 Hall of Fame designation demonstrates leadership in fixed-income evaluations, reference data and market data

Interactive Data, a trusted leader in evaluated fixed income pricing, reference data and financial information, has been named 2015’s Outstanding Market Data Provider by The Trade, a leading industry publication for buy-side traders and hedge funds.  Interactive Data joins the publication’s annual Leaders in Trading Awards Hall of Fame.

This is Interactive Data’s 11th award win in 2015, showcasing its position as a leader in continuous fixed-income evaluated pricing, reference data, and real-time feeds. Some of these awards include:

  • Best Pricing/Valuation Service, Buy-Side Technology Awards
  • Best Low-Latency Data Provider, Inside Reference/Inside Market Data
  • Most Innovative Market Data Provider, Global Custodian
  • Financial Markets Technology Implementation of the Year in 2015, The Asian Banker
  • Best Low Latency Data Feed Provider, Waters Technology Rankings

Interactive Data provides clients with evaluations and reference data that can be used in their risk management operations and compliance programs put in place to help address the regulatory mandates they face in a rapidly-evolving market place.  Interactive Data’s services include end-of-day, intra-day and real-time fixed income evaluated pricing, in addition to its real-time consolidated feed, which incorporates content from more than 450 sources, including markets and exchanges around the world.

“At Interactive Data, we are focused on innovating to help our clients meet the challenges of an increasingly complex marketplace,” said Andrew Hausman, President of Pricing & Reference Data for Interactive Data.  “We are honored to be recognized by The Trade for the tools we offer to support greater insights into pre- and post-trade transparency, market liquidity and best execution, as well as a range of flexible data delivery options,” he added.