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Accenture Loses Data Outsourcing Leader Bill Cline to Acai Solutions

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Bill Cline has left Accenture, where he was managing director, global capital markets industry for North America and Asia-Pacific, and had spearheaded Accenture’s managed reference data service proposition in conjunction with Asset Control. He is now global managing partner at New York City-based management consulting company Acai Solutions. Cline’s departure from Accenture follows the retirement of Pat Tsien, also a leading light of its managed reference data business, along with Neil Edelstein, who has joined Jordan & Jordan.

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