Burton-Taylor Adds Andy Nybo as Director of its Exchange Vertical

Andy Nybo joins Burton-Taylor in a new senior role, part of the group's expansion that will kick off in H1

Burton-Taylor International Consulting, a unit of TP ICAP’s data and analytics group, has on-boarded Andy Nybo as the Director of its Exchange Vertical research practice, according to a group statement.

The Exchange Vertical unit covers a wide range of functions including Burton-Taylor’s exchange and transaction venue research. As its Director, Mr. Nybo will be heading the unit, helping grow Burton-Taylor’s scope of analysis, including its exchange share, demand segmentation and research demographics.

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He steps into his new role immediately and will be working out of Charleston, South Carolina, reporting directly to Douglas B. Taylor. The appointment also marks the first of multiple new hires that are slated to take place in H1 2017.

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Veteran Hire

Mr. Nybo lands at Burton-Taylor International Consulting from TABB Group, where he worked for over a decade. While at the group he held several senior roles, including positions as its Managing Director, Partner, and Global Head of Research and Consulting, dating back to 2006.

All told he has over three decades of experience in marketing and research in the global capital markets space. Prior to his time at TABB Group, Mr. Nybo worked at MarketAxess as its Head of Marketing and Communications, as well as Tower Group, the Bond Market Association, and SIFMA.

Andy Nybo

According to Douglas Taylor, founder and Managing Director of Burton-Taylor, in a statement on the hire: “Andy has an outstanding reputation in the industry and is deeply respected for his integrity and intelligence. His rich history of working in transaction orientated businesses and the exchange environment means we are now equipped to deliver a more informed and granular level of insight that will position our clients to make much better-informed investment decisions.”

“Exchanges continue to heavily invest in their market data businesses and are increasingly competing directly with incumbent market data providers. The exchange vertical will be critical for Burton-Taylor as it further expands its coverage across the market data industry and I look forward to contributing to this growth,” reiterated Mr. Nybo.

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