Reuters has relocated Barnaby Nelson to Hong Kong, from London, to head up its DataSelect initiative in Asia. Nelson, previously part of the DataScope team in London, will lead a team of five salespeople and one product specialist. His former role in Europe is being covered by Oliver Smith, who recently joined Reuters from Bloomberg, and Jennifer Reynolds, formerly with Reuters’ focus group accounts team.
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Reuters Taps Nelson for DataScope Select in Asia
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