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Former FTID Europe Sales Head Peck Emerges to Head Quantifi’s New London Office

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Credit derivatives analytics provider Quantifi has opened its new London office and named John Peck, formerly global sales director at Informa Global Markets, as head of European sales. Reporting directly to Rohan Douglas, founder and CEO of Quantifi, Peck will focus on building on Quantifi’s already established London presence and supporting its aim of product development and deployment, and local access and support. Prior to joining Informa, Peck was head of European sales for Interactive Data Corp.’s FT Interactive Data unit.

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