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FactSet Research Systems’ DiChristina to Step Down as President and COO

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FactSet Research Systems, a provider of integrated financial information and analytical applications to the global investment community, today announced that Michael DiChristina will be stepping down from his role as president and chief operating officer effective 1 October 2009.

DiChristina, who has been with FactSet since 1986 and has been in his current role since 1999, will remain on FactSet’s board of directors.

Peter Walsh, the company’s chief financial officer since 2005, will be promoted to chief operating officer. Maurizio Nicolelli, the company’s comptroller, will become the director of finance and FactSet’s principal financial officer. Additionally, Michael Frankenfield, FactSet’s director of investment management, has been promoted to director of global sales.

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