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Markit’s Dyson moves to Isla
28 January 2013
Andrew Dyson has joined the securities lending trade association after eight years at Markit Securities Finance, formerly Data Explorers
Markit Securities Finance
The International Securities Lending Association (Isla) has appointed Markit’s Andrew Dyson as chief operating officer, a newly-created role.
Dyson had product responsibility for the wholesale sector at Markit where had overall responsibility for managing the data provider’s securities finance consultancy business.
“I am very excited to have Andrew join Yvette and me at ISLA and have no doubt that he will play a key role in helping us build on the association’s successes of the past few years,” said Kevin McNulty, chief executive of Isla.
Dyson joined Markit following its acquisition of Data Explorers in April last year. He first started at Data Explorers in 2004, and became head of Emea account management in 2009.
He moved to the data provider from M&G Prudential where he was head of business development and risk for securities lending.
Before that Dyson worked at Deutsche Bank for ten years where held senior marketing and product development positions within the bank’s agency securities lending business and also spent four years as a repo product manager where he played a key role in the development of the bank’s fixed income repo franchise, including the deployment of front-office risk management tools.
He joined Deutsche in 1992 from HSBC.