David Hirschfeld has joined Asset Control as senior vice president of operations, a vendor that his previous firm Chicago-based Citadel Investment Group selected for data management services (Reference Data Review, December 2004). In his new role, Hirschfeld will be involved in initiatives including the turnkey solutions program, Asset Control Solutions Center for product demonstrations and development, and outsourced services in partnership with Accenture. At Citadel, Hirschfeld was managing director of enterprise data services, and has also previously worked at Merrill Lynch as first vice president and CTO of the enterprise data standards initiative, Morgan Stanley Dean Witter as principle of the market data group, Tudor Investment Corp., as partner and CTO, and the Chicago Board of Trade as member and staff economist. He also served as a director of Iverson Financial Systems prior to its acquisition by Capco.
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Hirschfeld Leaves Citadel for Asset Control
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