Financial markets data provider Refinitiv announced this Monday that it has appointed Andrea Remyn Stone as its Chief Customer Proposition Officer, in anticipation of the launch of the Refinitiv Data Platform this year.
According to the statement released by the company, Stone, a seasoned fintech executive, was appointed for a multi-year data proposition and investment drive in the lead up to the launch of the new data platform. She will report directly to the CEO of Refinitiv, David Craig. At Refinitiv, Stone will also be part of the Executive Leadership team.
Stone to report to Refinitiv CEO
In her new role, Stone will work with customers in order to develop solutions in open platform technology collaboration. Based in London, she will utilize her previous experience to help Refinitiv better address the future needs of its clients.
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Commenting on the appointment in a press release, David Craig, Refinitiv’s CEO, said: “We are delighted to welcome Andrea to our team. She brings a wealth of strategic proposition experience and a deep understanding of the data, analytics, trading, and risk assessment markets which will be invaluable in developing next-generation solutions for our customers.”
Stone joins the market data company from Dealogic, where she worked for three years as the Chief Strategy Officer. In this position, she was in charge of leading the development of communication and implementation of Dealogic’s key initiatives.
During her career, which spans more than two and a half decades, Stone spent five years at Bloomberg as Global Head of Strategy and Corporate Development. She has also worked at McGraw-Hill, where she was the Managing Director of Standard and Poor’s Investment Research and Advisory Services.
“I am excited to be joining Refinitiv at such a crucial time for data-services and evolution of financial market infrastructure and honored to be part of a committed and passionate team on its journey of transformation,” added Stone.