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Jamie Hyman

Editor, Inside Reference Data, Infopro Digital Services Ltd

Jamie is editor of Inside Reference Data and deputy editor of Inside Data Management, based in London. She graduated from the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University and has nearly two decades of media experience. Prior to joining IDM, Jamie managed the online strategy and content for an LGBT publication located in Orlando, Florida. Jamie lives with her husband and two sons and in her limited free time enjoys travelling, obsessing over her library queue and playing roller derby. She can be reached by email at [email protected]

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Articles by Jamie Hyman

SmartStream Shifts Strategy on SI Data

Smartstream RDU, which had previously announced it would take a utility approach to centralizing and sharing SI data, announces an SI Registry in collaboration with six APAs.

Winning Wisdom from the Top Women in Data and Tech

The first round of winners of WatersTechnology’s Women in Technology and Data Awards have a personal, passionate investment in diversity, and are notable for their game-changing contributions to the industry.

London Calling: TP Icap’s Sinclair Eyes Client-Driven Data

Six years after the collapsed merger between TMX and LSE thwarted his plans to relocate from Canada to London, Eric Sinclair is bringing his start-up spirit and focus on client experience to TP Icap, where he told Jamie Hyman and Joanne Faulkner about…

An Officer and a Regulation: Finding A GDPR Superstar

When the General Data Protection Regulation comes into force on May 25, most financial companies will require a data protection officer. With an entire industry racing to meet GDPR’s compliance deadline, will there be enough candidates to go around?…

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