Tim Cave

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Tim Cave
Occupation Market Structure Analyst
Employer Tabb Group
Location London
Twitter @_TimCave
LinkedIn Profile
Website www.tabbgroup.com

Tim Cave is a London-based journalist and analyst.

He is a European market structure analyst with Tabb Group. Previously, he was an editor with Financial News for trading and technology.[1][2][3][4]


Cave left Financial News, part of Dow Jones, in 2017 after joining them in 2009. Before that he was with Deloitte in a corporate tax position. He studied for a chartered accountancy qualification in 2008 before switching to a career in journalism.[5]

In August of 2014, Cave was challenged by NASDAQ OMX NLX CEO Charlotte Crosswell to take the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, along with fellow London-based journalists Phillip Stafford, Will Mitting and Luke Jeffs.[6]


  • Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, ACA, 2005 – 2008
  • University of York, Economics, 2001 – 2004


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