Tim Fox is leaving Telekurs Financial after 11 years working in its U.K. operation. He is leaving to join FT Interactive Data in October as the new product marketing manager for FTS, the company’s portfolio administration tool providing access to global securities data to European clients. It is not clear whom he will report to given Peck’s decision to leave FT Interactive Data. Meanwhile, Richard Newbury has joined Telekurs Financial’s U.K. subsidiary as head of products. He previously spent six years at FT Interactive Data, most recently as product enhancement manager. Telekurs (U.K.) has also promoted Markus Kohn to head of data production, from group leader of training and quality.
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Telekurs (U.K.)’s Fox Quits to Join FT Interactive Data
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