Telekurs Financial (UK) has added to its sales and marketing team in London and Dublin and hired FT Interactive Data (FTID) sales executive Caroline O’ Shaughnessy to lead its business with third-party vendors. O’ Shaughnessy joined last week as Business Channel Sales director, reporting to Beat Koch, CEO of Telekurs Financial (UK). She spent eight years at FTID in a variety of sales positions, culminating in the role of regional sales director, responsible for the company’s data redistribution business in Europe. Also joining the Telekurs sales team in London are Beatrice Steaheli, key account manager; Daniel Hayward, new business sales; and Louise Butler, marketing executive. In Dublin, Rachel Martin and John Dowdall join in new business sales.
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Telekurs Financial Expands Sales Team
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