Moneyline Telerate names Christopher Feeney CEO
25 July 2003 | 6975 views | 0
Moneyline Telerate has appointed Christopher Feeney as chief executive officer.
Feeney joins Moneyline Telerate from Multex, where he was most recently president after joining the company as chief operating officer in 2000.
Prior to Multex, Feeney was a managing director at Banc of America Securities and vice president of global/discount brokerage at ADP.
He replaces acting CEO David Walsh who will continue at the firm as non-executive chairman. Walsh has been chairman since 2001 and took over as CEO following the departure of Moneyline founder Jon Robson in January. Robson went on to become global head of fixed income at Reuters.