Corporate Insight, the competitive intelligence provider for the financial services industry, has promoted Michael Ellison to the position of company president. Formerly the executive vice president of Corporate Insight, in his new role, Ellison will lead the development of new initiatives to grow the company and expand its service offering.
Prior to joining Corporate Insight, Ellison was an associate at Dealogic (formerly CommScan), which provides in-depth transaction information and analysis on the equity and fixed income capital markets, credit markets and the mergers and acquisitions market. Before Dealogic, he worked as a performance measurement analyst at Informa Investment Solutions (formerly Effron Enterprises). Ellison holds a bachelor’s degree in marketing and finance from Syracuse University.
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