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RDUG Lists Executive Committee Membership

In its latest update to members, the Reference Data User Group (RDUG) listed the membership of its executive commitee, which comprises 12 executives involved in the reference data area. They are: Alan Plom (chairman), Gartmore Investment Management; Anthony Kirby (secretary), Deutsche Borse; Iman Szeto, Northern Trust; Stuart McKinlay, State Street; Michael Atkin, Reference Data Coalition (Redac); Ann Bonathan, Schroder Investment Management; Terri Humphreys, Baring Asset Management; Paul Rose, Invesco; Geoff Mizen, Merrill Lynch International; Peter O’Keefe, Nomura Securities; Steven Kelly, Goldman Sachs & Co.; and Simon Leighton-Porter, Citigroup.

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