Donna R. O’Connor is now vice president, data administration at AllianceBernstein, where she has responsibility for consolidating the investment management firm’s global equities reference data, as part of its initiative to centralize research, trade support, execution, accounting and reporting systems. At June 30, AllianceBernstein had $625 billion in assets under management. O’Connor has previously held positions at several data vendors (Telekurs and Telesphere) managing client support and product management, and at The Bank of New York, where she consolidated its reference data and operations and managed market data vendor relationships.
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O’Connor Takes on Data Administration Role at AllianceBernstein
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