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BMLL names OSTC CEO Lee Hodgkinson as non-exec director

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BMLL Technologies, a data-engineering-as-a-service company, has named Lee Hodgkinson, CEO of OSTC, a global derivative trading and education firm, as chairman of the board. He becomes a non-executive director land will use his practical industry and exchange experience to support BMLL’s existing data engineering and analytics capabilities, as well as its ambitions to provide more capital markets participants with data access and advanced analytics capacity. The appointment follows the recent launch of BMLL’s Derived Data Service.

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