Sally Crane has joined Linedata in June 2011 as Managing Director, responsible for growing Linedata’s business in Asia. Key responsibilities include business development, delivery and strategy, as well as oversight for the Hong Kong office. Prior to that, Sally was Regional Director for FactSet Pacific in Hong Kong, after moving to Asia in 1997. During that time she oversaw all aspects of setting up a new office and developed and managed a successful Sales & Consulting force to manage the growing business. She also lead the team into new markets such as China and India. Sally has 17 years experience in Financial Services and holds a BA Hons in Financial Services from Sheffield Hallam University in the United Kingdom.
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Linedata Appoints APAC MD
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