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Standard & Poor’s Appoints James Price to Senior European Role

James Price has been appointed director of business development and marketing for Standard & Poor’s European Securities Services. Based in London, he reports to Krishna Biltoo, managing director of European data and information and oversees a team of five.

Price’s main focus will be to raise Standard & Poor’s profile in the credit markets. He joins from Thomson Financial in Asia, where he worked in business development and product management.

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