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Kirby Moves On to Growing Accenture Data Management Business

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Reference data advocate Anthony Kirby has started work for Accenture, based in London. At the expanding data management services group within Accenture, Kirby has been named U.K. regional sales director and associate partner within its capital markets practice. He will report to U.K. partner Chris Broyden, and to lead partner for data management services Patricia Tsien, who is based in New York.
Kirby’s variety of former roles have included a stint most recently at SmartStream Technologies, where he was director of market management, as well as Deutsche Borse, Reuters, Swift, the former GSTPA, and Merrill Lynch. Kirby is also the founder of the Reference Data User Group (RDUG) and chair of ISITC RD-SIG as well as contributor to Reference Data Review.

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