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FTSE owner seeks new CFO

The owner of the FTSE stock market index is on the hunt for a new chief financial officer to run the finances of its global operation

The FTSE Index Company, which produces more than 120,000 stock market indices
across the globe, is jointly owned by the London Stock Exchange and the
Financial Times. The business shows pre-tax profits of £5.5m and revenues of
£42m.

The CFO will join the company at a time of mass consolidation in the
financial information sector. Rival providers Thomson Financial and Reuters have
discussed a merger and the advert for the role at the FTSE has emphasised that
its finance head will ‘take a leading role on all M&A activity’.

Headhunters The Curzon Partnership have been tasked with finding a new
finance boss.

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