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S&P Capital IQ appoints Barbara Reguero to lead global independent research operations

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S&P Capital IQ has appointed Barbara Reguero to lead the group’s award-winning global independent research operations, which includes Equity, ETF and mutual fund analyst teams in New York, London and Singapore.

In this new role, Reguero will direct S&P Capital IQ’s global independent research organisation of 65 analysts while collaborating with product teams to develop and improve new and existing products for wealth managers and financial advisors and create new offerings for global institutional and trading clients.

"We are very pleased to welcome Barbara Reguero as Managing Director of Cross-Asset-Class Research," says Lou Eccleston, President, S&P Capital IQ and S&P Indices. "She is arriving at a time of rapid expansion at S&P Capital IQ, where we are aggressively ramping up and adding services to meet our clients’ ever expanding needs for in-depth cross- and multi-asset class research, commentary and advice. Her leadership skills, research knowledge and track record of building institutional platforms will help us bring an already impressive organisation of award-winning analysts and investment research to even higher levels of excellence."

Reguero has extensive experience in the financial services industry. She joins S&P Capital IQ from Nomura Securities International, where she was global chief administrative officer of the fixed-income research division, with global responsibilities for analyst team operations, research and compliance. Earlier, she was a managing director at JPMorgan Chase, where she integrated four businesses into a proprietary research department. Previously, she was associate director of Bear Stearns Global Equity Research, which in 2007 finished first in Institutional Investor’s Alpha hedge fund poll and first in the Greenwich Survey Quality Index.


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