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Marks to Quit Swift

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Catherine Marks has resigned from Swift to pursue other options, and will leave the company this month. She held the position of SwiftSolutions Manager, Asset Servicing, and has been instrumental in dragging Swift into the world of data distribution. Before joining Swift, she spent several years at Telekurs, Telesphere and Bridge Information Systems.

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