Reuters has made a number of sales, operations and relationship hires within its DataScope reference data business group. Alistair Type has joined as business development manager. He was previously at FT Interactive Data. Pierre Poux becomes sales manager, based in Paris. He was previously deputy general manager and head of sales at Fininfo. Within operations, Reuters DataScope has named Gary Barr global head of operations. Chris Bannocks joined in March as global head of product implementation. He was most recently at Spirit Solutions, his own reference data consultancy. Finally, new third-party and client relationship teams have been added to the division. Caroline O’Shaughnessy joined late last year as third-party channel director; she was previously at Telekurs and FT Interactive Data. Tim Rice has been named business development director, responsible for third-party initiatives in North America. He was previously with Moneyline Telerate and has spent time at TradeWeb and FT Interactive Data. Glenn Strier has moved within Reuters to the post of third-party account manager. He was a global account manager.
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Reuters DataScope Reference Data Group Bolsters Staff
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