There have been changes at Cicada as Bruce Schachne has left his role as vice president of global sales to join Standard & Poor’s as vice president of marketing in the global market development division of its ratings group. Hubert Holmes will now resume the global sales management role in addition to his business development role. As such Mahoney, vice president for European sales will report directly to Holmes. Also departed is Ketan ‘KP’ Bhimani, who was recently moved from his EMEA sales manager role in London to focus on Cicada’s Know Your Customer (KYC) solutions offerings. Finally, James Redfern has transferred from Cicada to Cicada’s sister company CounterpartyLink, though still with responsibility for managing third-party alliances, and Kevin Stacey has also transferred to CounterpartyLink from his role as vice president of global operations at Cicada.
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Changes at Cicada; Schachne, Bhimani Leaves; Redfern, Stacey Transfer to CPL
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