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
Don’t miss this opportunity to view the recording of this recently held webinar. The data management challenges of General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) are significant and must be tackled soon to ensure compliance in just over a year on 25 May 2018. The regulation makes many extensions to existing European data privacy rules, adds new...
Rimes Technologies, a provider of managed data services, has appointed Brad Hunt as CEO. The company describes the appointment as a follow-on from a ‘significant growth investment’ in Rimes by Swedish private equity firm EQT Partners in February 2020. Rimes’ co-founder and former CEO, Christian Fauvelais, retains a role on the company’s board and will...
DMS London brings together the European data management community to explore the latest challenges, opportunities and data innovations facing sell side and buy side financial institutions.
The inaugural edition of A-Team Group’s Directory of MiFID II Electronic Trading Venues 2018 offers a guide to the European landscape resulting from new market structure introduced by the January 3, 2018 implementation of Markets in Financial Instruments Directive II (MiFID II). The directory provides detailed profiles of more than 70 venue operators and their...