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EDI Names Two to Reinforce London Sales Team

Reference data supplier Exchange Data International (EDI) has named two business development managers to its London sales team, both reporting to director Kevin Brady. Rickie Glasgow joins from Reuters, where he was product manager for DataScope Portfolio and Global Pricing. Andy Sabourin joins from HSBC’s market data division. Prior to that he was major accounts manager for Thomson Financial. The hires follow the addition of Sigurd Jokumsen last October from 4cast. According to Bradshaw, “the company had a very strong first quarter. We signed over 20 new customers in January and February alone.” EDI is currently interviewing candidates for a director for its New York operations.

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