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Whittle Heads Sales, Product Management At LSE’s Market Services Division

As well as the high-profile appointments in its Information Division, the London Stock Exchange also announced that Guy Whittle has started as head of sales and product management within its Market Services division. His responsibilities include identifying new customers for products and services, such as RSP Gateway, Crest network provision, covered warrants, and ETFs, as well as managing existing secondary market client relationships.

Whittle was most recently responsible for running Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein’s wholesale and retail equity business on Bestconnect, as well as developing client and information vendor relationships. He will report to the new post of director of market services, for which the Exchange is currently recruiting.

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