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Kirby to Leave SmartStream Technologies at Month-End

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Anthony Kirby will be leaving SmartStream Technologies at the end of this month to pursue other opportunities. Kirby joined a year ago as director of market management at SmartStream, reporting to chief executive officer Martin Brown. Prior to that Kirby worked at Deutsche Borse, Reuters, Swift, the former GSTPA, and Merrill Lynch. Kirby is also the founder of the Reference Data User Group (RDUG) and chair of ISITC RD-SIG as well as contributor to Reference Data Review.

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