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Telekurs Hires Martin, Dowdall For Dublin Office

Rachel Martin and John Dowdall have been hired as of business consultants at Telekurs Financial. Both will be based in Telekurs’ recently opened Dublin Office. Martin joins from Dow Jones Newswires where she was most recently head of product management for EMEA and Asia Pacific. Dowdall joins from Investors Bank and Trust (Ireland) Ltd where he was manager of Fund Accounting.

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