President and Founder
President and Founder
Before founding OneMarketData in 2004, Dr. Frants accumulated more than 15 years of financial software and data management experience building key analytical infrastructures for the proprietary Quantitative Trading and Program Trading businesses of Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley. He joined Goldman Sachs in 1996 and joined Goldman's Equities Statistical Arbitrage group in 1998, where he contributed to developing trading strategies and implemented backtesting frameworks. Dealing with the stringent historical data quality needs of quantitative strategy research led him to conceive and build a dedicated team to build the comprehensive equities data management and data analytics solution which ultimately grew to serve the global needs for the entire equities division. Prior to joining Goldman Sachs, Dr. Frants developed scalable client portfolio analytics solutions at Morgan Stanley.
Dr. Frants received a Ph.D. in Computer Science from Stanford University, and degrees in Computer Science and Mathematics from the University of Auckland, New Zealand.
Senior Vice President of Engineering
Before joining OneMarketData, Mr. Yatvitskiy worked for Goldman Sachs' Statistical Arbitrage and Quantitative Strategies groups where he built analytical high frequency data solutions and gained a unique understanding of the tick data domain and real-time market data content. Mr. Yatvitskiy's prior experience includes designing network and Internet content collection and mediation systems based on in-memory databases for Apogee Networks as well as cable layout and management systems for Goldman Sachs.
Mr. Yatvitskiy has M.S. and B.S. degrees in Electrical Engineering from Brooklyn Polytechnic and a B.S. degree in Radio Engineering from Minsk University.
Senior Vice President of Global Sales and Marketing
Richard Chmiel, senior vice president of global sales and marketing, brings more than 25 years of senior-level sales and marketing expertise to OneMarketData. Previously, Mr. Chmiel was vice president of worldwide sales and customer support at Skyler Technology, an innovator in ultra low latency market data solutions for the capital markets. While at Skyler, he was responsible for global revenue generation across Skyler's complete product suite. Prior to joining Skyler, Mr. Chmiel was director of New York sales at Latent Zero, an international technology firm that specializes in developing complete front-office solutions for the buy-side community. Before Latent Zero, Mr. Chmiel was senior managing director at SunGard Trading Systems, where he was responsible for all solution sales and product expansion within STS's business unit. Prior to SunGard, Mr. Chmiel was director of sales, marketing and product management at BrokerTec USA LLC, where he was part of the original management team that took BrokerTec from a business plan to a successful fixed income electronic trading enterprise. Mr. Chmiel also has held senior and executive-level sales and marketing positions at Bloomberg and Drexel Burnham Lambert.
Mr. Chmiel holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of South Carolina.
Dr. William Guttman, Chairman, is Special Advisor to the Provost of Carnegie Mellon University, and Chairman of iCarnegie, Carnegie Mellon's for-profit education company; he previously co-founded Cylab, one of the world's largest University-based research initiatives focused on dependability and security in software and networked systems. Bill has been instrumental in a variety of University tech transfers; most recently he co-founded the video search software company, Panopto, whose board he also chairs.
Guttman is also Investment Partner and leads the financial technology practice at Philadelphia-based TL Ventures. In addition to his investing activities on behalf of TL, he has founded, co-founded, or held other leadership roles in more than a dozen institutionally-backed ventures - serving as chief executive at several of these, including Printcafe (NASDAQ: PCAF), a 500-person software developer acquired by Electronics for Imaging (NASDAQ: EFII).
Earlier in his career, Dr. Guttman served in advisory capacities for the United States, the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund, and the OECD. He is the author of Pacific-Asian Capital Markets (OECD/Oxford & IBH), Between Bailout and Breakdown: A Modular Approach to the Latin American Debt Crisis (Center for Strategic and International Studies), US Telecommunications Policy in Sub-Saharan Africa (U.S. Agency for International Development), along with other publications and patents. Bill completed his Masters and Doctoral degrees at Balliol College, Oxford University, where he was a British Council Scholar.
Mr. Miloslavsky is a co-founder and head of product development and strategy of Exigen Group. Prior to his time with Exigen, Mr. Miloslavsky co-founded Genesys, where he served as the CTO and vice chairman. At Genesys, Mr. Miloslavsky was responsible for the complete technology strategy across three lines of business. After going public, Genesys was acquired by Alcatel for $1.2 billion. At Exigen, Mr. Miloslavsky provides leadership guidance for product development, technology strategy, marketing and solution delivery.
Mr. Miloslavsky holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from Berkeley University.