Refinitiv has named Sherry Madera as global head of industry and government affairs with a view to enhancing its engagement across government, policy initiatives, industry trends and regulatory developments. Madera joins Refinitiv from the City of London Corporation and has over 20 years’ experience across both the public and private sectors, including corporate finance, banking, asset management and, more recently, global policy leadership and advocacy in financial and professional services. At Refinitiv, Madera and her team will engage with customers, industry groups, regulators and governments to help tackle key customer challenges and advocate for fair, efficient and sustainable financial markets.
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Refinitiv Names Sherry Madera as Global Head of Industry and Government Affairs
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