Thomson Reuters has appointed industry executives David Kelly, Roseann Palmieri and Tanya Ezekiel to the leadership team of its enterprise business.
Kelly brings more than 20 years of technology expertise to his role as chief technology officer, enterprise. He will lead technical strategy across the enterprise business and the continued development and deployment of all the Elektron assets. Previously, Kelly served as managing director and chief technology officer at SAC Capital Advisors. While at SAC, he directed all technical strategies for software development and infrastructure design.
Palmieri joins Thomson Reuters as global head of enterprise content. She brings more than 20 years of experience at major global banks to her new role driving the firm’s growth and business plan for pricing, valuations, reference data and enterprise data management. Most recently, Palmieri spent three years at Merrill Lynch as chief data officer and managing director for enterprise information management.
Ezekiel joins Thomson Reuters as chief of staff and global head of business operations, enterprise. In this role, she will be responsible for business execution and strategic initiatives across the enterprise business. Previously, Ezekiel served as managing director for Bank of America, where she led business development activities for the company’s global markets sales group and as director of product development for electronic trading at ICAP/Brokertec.
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