Investment data solutions provider DST International (DSTi) has made several new appointments. Nash Subedar has been appointed sales manager for all solutions in the Middle East territory. His is an internal appointment. DSTi’s Global Business Development Group has been re-organised and expanded. Phil Hannay will take up the role of product manager for the derivatives solution out of the London office. DSTi’s risk solution will be managed by Doug Coughlin out of the Boston office; Coughlin is also responsible for the Financial Engineering and HiRisk Consulting teams. DSTi’s Performance solution will be product managed by Des Gallacher from the US office, who will take up his new role in the UK.
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DSTi Makes a Raft of New Appointments
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