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Hillier-Brook Quits MoneyLine

Ian Hillier-Brook, director of MIS at MoneyLine Telerate, has left the company, which he joined in April last year when MoneyLine acquired Market Information Services, a specialist in time-series database technologies that he had founded six years ago.

Hillier-Brook is now working on establishing a new venture aimed at providing marketing and management services to U.S. financial technology companies looking to expand in the European markets.

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