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Justin Van Til

Justin Van Til

SVP of Product, Marketing & Strategy at QUODD
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Bio Justin Van Til serves as the Senior Vice President of Product, Marketing & Strategy at QUODD. He has 25 years of experience leading new product innovation initiatives at the nexus of financial technology and wealth management. Working with QUODD for the last six years, Justin has been deeply involved with sales, partnerships, new product initiatives, and the commercialization of solutions that span data feeds, multi-asset workstations, and market data services and portals that power security pricing, reference data, corporate actions, currencies, indexes, and analytics across all asset classes. Career History Prior to joining QUODD, Justin has led strategic partnerships for platforms servicing the institutional asset management, investment advisory, and retail segments. As a prior leader at Smartleaf, New Frontier Advisors, Dalbar and an advisor to trading solutions for commodities and portfolio management, Justin brings that expertise to provide financial services clients with mission critical market data feeds, digital solutions, and new innovative products built to transform the digital adoption of market data. Justin earned a BA in Economics from Colby College and an MBA in Entrepreneurship from Babson College.


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T1 transition highlights the need for a modern market data stack

27 Sep 2023

The speed at which money moves through and around our economy has never been faster. Whether you’re looking at P2P payment apps like Venmo, Bitcoin’s meteoric rise, or the recent rollout of the Federal Reserve’s FedNow instant payment service, paying and receiving money is barreling towards real time becoming the standard. After years of innovatio...

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Market Data Inflation: Reaching a Tipping Point

13 Oct 2022

The inflationary environment is hitting all corners of the economy. Yes, even financial services companies. Perhaps nowhere is this more evident than in the cost of market data. The challenge for financial institutions – and by extension, their wealth management servicing platforms – is that this information is not a discretionary purchase that th...