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Harcourt Joins Standard & Poor’s from FT Interactive Data

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Steven Harcourt has joined Standard & Poor’s European Structured Finance team, as senior structured finance evaluator, after spending seven years at FT Interactive Data and four years at Merrill Lynch. Harcourt will continue to develop the team’s new European ABS/MBS Evaluation model, reporting to Peter Jones, director of securities evaluations at Standard & Poor’s in London, himself previously with FT Interactive Data.

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