ULTUMUS snatches ETF expert Jane Lemmon from IHS Markit

Rick Steves

In October 2020, ULTUMUS appointed Adam Herrington as Head of Buyside/ Fixed Income, to be responsible for further enhancing the firm’s index and analytics offering for the asset management space.

ULTUMUS has appointed Jane Lemmon to the position of Global Sales Director, where she will be responsible for accelerating sales growth in key strategic markets across the full range of ULTUMUS’ ETF and Index managed data solutions.

Starting on 1st June, Ms. Lemmon joins ULTUMUS from IHS Markit, where she was Global Head of Business Development for its ETF and Index Data offering since 2017. She joined IHS Markit as part of their acquisition of DeltaOne Solutions, where she was responsible for setting up and running their sales operation in the US.

At IHS Markit, she worked closely with investment banks and asset management clients to assist them to select, adopt and integrate the DeltaOne suite of products successfully.

As global head of business development for DeltaOne, she worked closely with product management to develop and bring to market continuous enhancements to the service. She has worked in both New York and London.

“In a short time ULTUMUS has established itself as an innovation leader in the ETF and Index managed data service space using the latest technology to deliver its solutions to the Sell and Buy Side. It’s a hugely exciting company, with a proven team and I relish the opportunity to help ULTUMUS further its successes globally”, said Jane Lemmon.

Bernie Thurston, Chief Executive Officer at ULTUMUS, commented: “This new appointment underscores our commitment to continue to build the most experienced team in the industry. Jane will play an integral role in assisting customers in deploying our services while helping them efficiently and effectively integrate ETF and Index data at scale into their operations. We look forward to working with Jane to help our customers turn their data management functions into a competitive differentiator.”

In October 2020, ULTUMUS appointed Adam Herrington as Head of Buyside/ Fixed Income, to be responsible for further enhancing the firm’s index and analytics offering for the asset management space.

Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Herrington held senior index data management and analyst roles at Legal & General and Vanguard. His responsibilities included the creation and onboarding of new indices and managing support of fund management, performance and operations activities.

ULTUMUS is specialized in capturing, normalizing, enriching, and distributing global ETF and index composition data, reducing risk, and providing technical solutions to both sell-side and buy-side.

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