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Charles River Development Names Spiros Giannaros as President

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Charles River Development, a State Street company, has named Spiros Giannaros as president with responsibility for day-to-day operations of the company including product, development, sales and services for the Charles River Investment Management Solution. Giannaros will report to John Plansky, CEO of Charles River and leader of State Street Global Exchange and State Street AlphaSM. Most recently, Giannaros was executive vice president and head of platform strategies at State Street. Prior to that, he served as global head of enterprise data management and thinkFolio as a partner at IHS Markit.

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