Mr. Weinstein founded ILX Systems in 1988 and as its president and chief executive officer, built it over fourteen years from a start-up to be one of the major market data vendors with over 160,000 users globally at firms including Merrill Lynch, Morgan Stanley and A.G. Edwards. He also managed a major division of Thomson Financial as president of its Sales and Trading Group, which included Beta Systems and Autex. Since joining Cantor Fitzgerald in 2002, he has been responsible for Cantor Market Data, a provider of fixed income market data and commentary, and has overseen its rapid growth. He also serves as Chief Executive Officer of Kleos Managed Services, a subsidiary of eSpeed, an affiliate of Cantor and a major electronic marketplace and trading technology provider for the capital markets. Kleos provides end-to-end managed technology services to the financial industry, including hosting, communications, network management and support, trading solutions and technology licensing. Prior to founding ILX, Mr. Weinstein was the Chief Information Officer of EF Hutton with responsibility for global information systems (including market data) and telecommunications. Under his direction, EF Hutton introduced in the 1980s a then-revolutionary market data system, AWE (Advanced Workstation for the Executive), which supported market data, information retrieval and office automation functions such as eMail, word processing, and spreadsheets. He was also founder and chief executive of International Brokerage Information Systems, Inc. (IBIS), a subsidiary of the EF Hutton Group,that provided information systems and service to the financial industry globally.