Roseland, NJ-based municipal bond data and disclosures provider DPC Data announced Wednesday, Nov 13 that Michael Ruvo has resigned his position as president, to take on an undisclosed "leadership opportunity with another company."
DPC Data chairman and chief executive Peter Schmitt takes over Ruvo's duties on an interim basis. Ruvo spent 10 years at DPC Data─six of which were as president─prior to which he was executive vice president of global operations at fixed income data provider Capital Access International, which was acquired in 2002 by Reuters' Lipper subsidiary.
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