DST International (DSTi), provider of solutions for investment managers including a data warehouse offering that competes with products from Netik and Eagle, has hired Tom Abraham as its new chief executive officer, replacing Mike Winn, who will retire after 15 years with the organisation in spring 2007. Abraham most recently directed the strategic solutions – global transaction services division at Citibank Corporate and Investment Bank in London. Winn will oversee the transition and take on the role of non-executive chairman. In addition to this management change, Steve Edkins has been promoted from DSTi’s chief operating officer to deputy CEO.
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DSTi Names Tom Abraham as its New Chief Executive Officer
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