Jeff Mezger is vice president, product development at Perseus. He oversees product development and marketing globally. He led the development of Perseus' market data platform, including the addition of data services for CME, ICE, LME, Nasdaq and eSpeed.
Before joining Perseus, he was group product manager, head of market connectivity and research at Trading Technologies (TT).
Mezger led TT’s product development in providing connectivity to new markets. He also oversaw the development of new features and functionality for TT’s existing connections to more than 35 exchanges. He has more than a decade of experience in the futures industry.
He oversaw TT’s deployment of new connectivity to MEFF in 2008 and the London Metal Exchange (LME) in 2009. He also played a key role in TT’s entry into new markets in Brazil and Japan by spearheading product development for TT’s connectivity to the Tokyo Commodity Exchange (TOCOM) in 2009, the Osaka Securities Exchange (OSE) and Tokyo Financial Exchange (TFX) in 2010, and the Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE), BM&FBOVESPA in 2011 and MexDer in 2013.  
He also oversaw the product development of the TT SIM trading simulator product, which allows traders to test strategies against a live price feed before launching them into production.
Before serving in his role as senior product manager, Mezger managed TT’s development and test teams for TT’s connectivity to the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, Australian Securities Exchange (ASX), Montreal Exchange and CBOE Futures Exchange as well as TT’s FIX Gateway product.
Mezger graduated with degrees in Economics and Computing Information Systems from Northwestern University.
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