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FT Interactive Data’s Peck Steps Down to Pursue Other Interests

John Peck will be leaving FT Interactive Data at the end of this month after six years with the company. At FT Interactive Data he was director of European business, reporting to European head Roger Sargeant. Peck says he is considering other opportunities to work with partners within the financial markets. Sargeant says, “John has made an invaluable contribution to the business and we’re sorry to see him go. We wish him well with his future endeavours.” A search for a replacement is underway.

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