Moneyline Telerate has appointed Christopher Feeney as its new chief executive, effective July 29, marking the end of a seven-month search.
Feeney replaces David Walsh, who has been the acting CEO since January when Jon Robson left the post to become Reuters’ global head of fixed income (IMD, Feb. 24). Walsh has been chairman of Moneyline Telerate since 2001 and will continue with the vendor as non-executive chairman.
Feeney joins Moneyline from research and technology vendor Multex, now part
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