McGraw-Hill Financial Outlines Company Structure Following Split from S&P

Lou Eccleston is president of the new McGraw-Hill Financial

In December, the McGraw-Hill Companies announced its financial services business, Standard & Poor’s (S&P), was going to be split into two parts—one ratings company and one financial information company.

McGraw-Hill Financial, currently undergoing a branding exercise, has since appointed a new management team and created new divisions.

New York-based Eccleston says the new company has four major divisions, including integrated desktop solutions, enterprise solutions, research and benchmarks.


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