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McLean Joins Reuters Enterprise Information from S&P

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Miranda McLean has joined Reuters Enterprise Information division to head marketing efforts within Europe. McLean will continue to be based in London and will report to Kelly Lavelle, global head of marketing for division. She joins from Standard & Poor’s where she spent two years as director of business development and marketing. Prior to that, she was European director of marketing communications for Thomson Financial in Europe. In her new role she will focus on European marketing efforts for Reuters’ Datascope, and the third-party alliance program.

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