The London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG) has made a series of new appointments, naming Caroline O’Shaughnessy and Brian Rosenberg to new respective roles, according to an LSEG statement.
In their new positions at the LSEG, Ms. O’Shaughnessy will serve as the group’s Global Head of Sales & Marketing, while Mr. Rosenberg will begin as its Managing Director, North America Sales – Information Services businesses.
As the global head for sales and marketing, Ms. O’Shaughnessy will be tasked with the oversight for the group’s sales, marketing, and client services activities. She will be based out of London and report directly to Mark Makepeace, Group Director of Information Services, LSEG and CEO, FTSE Group. She joins the LSE with over two decades of management experience across global data and intelligent information providers.
Her most recent position was at the Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC), where she has worked since 2008 as its Managing Director Data Services and Global Head of Sales. Additional stops include Thomson Reuters and Interactive Data.
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Conversely, Mr. Rosenberg is also an experienced veteran in the financial services industry, who joins LSE from SunGard Financial Systems, where he worked as its Head of Sales for Hedge Funds and Asset Management – North America. In his new role he will be focusing on the LSE’s regional sales and consultant relationship management. Mr. Rosenberg will be based out of New York and report to Ms. O’Shaughnessy.
According to Mark Makepeace, Group Director of Information Services, LSEG, in a recent statement on the appointments, “I am delighted to welcome Caroline and Brian to our senior management team in these important global roles within the Group’s Information Services business.”
“Caroline and Brian both have exceptional records of success and bring deep and highly relevant experience to London Stock Exchange Group from similar sales and marketing positions. Their knowledge will be especially important as we continue the integration of the Russell Indexes business into our organisation, which together with FTSE, reinforces our position as a leading global index provider.”
“Caroline and Brian will work closely with our regional and global clients to ensure that we continue to provide an unparalleled range of index, information products and analytics across all major asset classes to best meet their investment needs,” he added.