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Ex-Bloomberg Manager Haddock Joins Annaly Capital Management as Op Risk Exec

Ex-Bloomberg manager Joseph Haddock has departed the data vendor after 13 years to join Annaly Capital Management. Haddock, who was previously in charge of data services including corporate actions at the data giant, is now executive vice president of operational risk at the New York-based buy side firm.

Haddock spent just over 13 years at Bloomberg in New York, as well as spending four years as an adjunct professor at Rider University’s Finance department. He has previously been a speaker on the subject of corporate actions data and its impact on the front office and exchange traded funds (ETF) business.

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