Andrea Remyn Stone to join Refinitiv as Chief Customer Proposition Officer

Maria Nikolova

Andrea Remyn Stone, to be based in London, will work with customers to develop breakthrough solutions in open platform technology collaboration.

London

Provider of financial markets data and infrastructure Refinitiv today announced the appointment of Andrea Remyn Stone as Chief Customer Proposition Officer and member of the Executive Leadership team. She will report to Refinitiv’s CEO David Craig.

Andrea Remyn Stone, to be based in London, will work with customers to develop breakthrough solutions in open platform technology collaboration. Her track record in leading innovation and commercial differentiation within sell-side, buy-side, wealth and corporate clients across both new and existing propositions is set to help Refinitiv better address future customer needs for its portfolio, including the Refinitiv Data Platform and the products it powers.

Andrea Remyn Stone joins from Dealogic where she was the Chief Strategy Officer. She led the development, communication and implementation of Dealogic’s key initiatives, as well as managing planning, acquisitions and the evolution of the company’s value proposition.

Before Dealogic, she spent five years at Bloomberg as Global Head of Strategy and Corporate Development. At Bloomberg, she was responsible for providing leadership for both organic and inorganic business initiatives, including business incubation, commercialization and growth acceleration, acquisitions, partnerships and equity investments across Bloomberg’s many financial technology businesses including content and analytics, trading platforms, liquidity venues, and market data and data distribution technologies.

Prior to joining Bloomberg, Andrea Remyn Stone was McGraw-Hill’s Managing Director of Standard and Poor’s Investment Research and Advisory Services, where she directed product development, marketing and business development globally for a $250 million portfolio of financial information and portfolio of investment advisory businesses.

David Craig, Refinitiv’s CEO, commented on the appointment:

“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.”

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