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Thomson Reuters Marketing Exec Field Departs for Deutsche Bank

The management shake up within data giant Thomson Reuters has not been restricted to those at the top, individuals from many levels have entered and exited through the revolving doors over the last couple of months. One such exit has been strategic marketing manager Tiffany Field (nee Bloor), who last month joined Deutsche Bank as a marketing and communications manager.

After two and a half years at Thomson Reuters, Field left in July to join the bank in a similar role. Field also previously worked as a marketing manager at industry association Sifma for just under a year.

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