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Tim Fox Joins SmartStream RDU as Product Manager

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Tim Fox has joined SmartStream RDU as product manager with responsibility to evaluate industry requirements and make recommendations on the development of new and existing products. He will also steer the business strategy behind each product, help to gather business requirements and launch new products and industry collaborations. With over 25 years’ experience working in the data industry, Fox most recently worked at Refinitiv (formerly Thomson Reuters) as part of the 2017 acquisition of Avox and Clarient, where he headed up the legal entity reference data product group.

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