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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RDUG Lists Executive Committee Membership
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