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Revision as of 15:14, 21 January 2016

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Dan Hubscher
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Occupation Director of Marketing
Employer Object Trading
Location New York
Personal Twitter @dhubscher
LinkedIn Profile
Website Web
Blog Blog

Dan Hubscher is director of marketing for Object Trading, a London-based technology firm that provides direct market access to over 50 exchanges globally. He was named to the position in November 2012.[1]

Background

Hubscher joined Object Trading in November 2012 after spending nearly four years as a marketing manager at Progress Software, where he coordinated marketing strategies for the firm's algorithmic trading, e-commerce, and market surveillance clients. Before that, he spent eight years at connectivity provider BT Radianz, first as an engineer and, in 2006, switching to marketing.[2]

Education

In 1993, Hubscher earned a BSE in Mechanical Engineering and a BS in Management from the University of Pennsylvania.

John Lothian News Interview, January 2014

Flex Time: Object Trading’s Dan Hubscher on Shedding Operational Complexity

From a flurry of new regulations and rapid changes in market structure to constant updates from exchanges, simple, flexible infrastructure has never been more important in the trading world. John Lothian News spoke with Dan Hubscher of Object Trading on the topic of shedding operational complexity and what they found from their most recent research.

References

  1. Object Trading appoints Dan Hubscher director of marketing. Automated Trader.
  2. Dan Hubscher. LinkedIn.