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Steve Davey Joins RIMES as Head of IT Infrastructure & Information Security

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To support the company’s continued growth, RIMES today announced that Steve Davey has joined the company as Head of IT Infrastructure and Information Security, effective immediately. Reporting jointly to the CEO and the CTO, Davey will be responsible for maintaining RIMES’ global IT infrastructure and data centers in order to further enhance the delivery and reliability of RIMES BDS, their award-winning benchmark data service. Additionally, he will oversee the Company’s information security.

A recognized information technology professional, Davey has nearly 30 years of experience servicing large, global companies in the engineering, financial and legal sectors. Prior to joining RIMES, he was Head of Core Infrastructure at Linklaters and held senior management positions including Programme Manager at BT Radianz Customer Engineering and Manager, Global Voice and Data Networks Team at Barclays Global Investors.

“Steve’s deep and highly relevant experience will further support our mission of delivering the high quality data management services that support the unique operational objectives of the buyside,” said Christian Fauvelais, CEO and co-founder of RIMES. “Our strong data management capabilities and superior client service have been critical to our success, and we look forward to having Steve expand on our accomplishments in this newly created role.”

Steve Davey commented: “I am very excited to be joining RIMES at this time and look forward to the opportunity to develop our IT infrastructure further to support the continued development of the RIMES platform.”

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