FTSE Russell Goes for Ghosh in Canada

The former Morningstar sales exec will help FTSE Russell strengthen its brand in Canada through cross-selling.

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In his new role, Ghosh will be responsible for leveraging new and existing relationships to sell FTSE Russell's equity and fixed income indexes, data and software to buy-side and sell-side firms.

Ghosh was most recently senior institutional account manager for global equity and market data sales at Morningstar in Toronto, prior to which he was a senior business development consultant at PureFacts Financial Solutions, a Canadian provider of wealth management software, and was manager of pricing

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