Collectively, our team has over 60 years in the financial reference data space. We’re combining our deep finance industry experience with blockchain expertise to develop innovative solutions for both legacy institutions and the emerging blockchain ecosystem.
Tim Rice – CEO
Tim has over 30 years of experience in the pricing and reference data space. He has held senior level positions at Markit, Thomson Reuters, TradeWeb, Moneyline / Telerate and Interactive Data.
At Thomson Reuters, Tim ran the global pricing and reference data business and managed a divisional staff of 350 people globally.
Tim holds a BS from Cornell University.
Will Janensch – COO
Will has over 15 years of experience in market and reference data, having held senior roles in strategy, marketing, and operations at Thomson Reuters and First Data.
Will holds a BA from Yale University and a MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business.
Thomas Hill – Product
Thomas has over 15 years of experience in product management and business analysis for fixed income technology.
Thomas has led design teams at MarketAxess and IDC implementing enterprise solutions for STP, pricing, trading, market and reference data, and post trade reporting.
Thomas holds a BA (Honors) from the University of Cape Town.
Greg Taschuk – LEAD ENGINEER
Greg is a software engineer who takes pride in building concepts into stable systems that support millions of users. He has worked at several startups including StellaService, Jobsuitors, and more.
Greg is deeply interested in Ethereum, blockchain more generally, and the opportunities for disintermediation and collaboration that they provide.
Greg has a B.S in Engineering and a B.A. in Computer Science from Swarthmore College.
Jordan Frankfurt – full stack engineer
Jordan is a full stack software engineer joining TruSet from a role as lead developer at a startup building recommendation engines for sales and trading desks focused on the least liquid structured products. He is a reader, writer, and connoisseur of dinosaur kale (also known as lacinato kale).
Jordan’s first work as a developer four years ago was building a space-invaders styled bitcoin faucet game. Since then he has focused his crypto attention on privacy preservation systems like Mimblewimble and more recently on Ethereum and smart contract game theory.
Jordan attended The Kings College in New York City and is a self-taught developer.