Randolf is responsible for product management of Asian Indices.He joined the company in 2008 to establish the research and designteam within Indices and he moved to Asia in 2011 to drive theexpansion of S&P Global indices in Asia, including the launch ofthe several new index families, the integration of the Asian bondindices from HSBC and the index partnership with ChinaBond PricingCenter on onshore Chinese bond indices. He has more than 15 yearsof experience in the Asian fixed income market and in designing andmanaging indices across different asset classes. Prior to joiningS&P Global, he spent seven years at Concerto FinancialSolutions and FACT Unternehmensberatung GmbH, where he wasresponsible for creating and launching several iBoxx indices.Randolf is fluent in Mandarin Chinese, English and German and isa graduate in finance from Passau University in Germany.
Smadar responsibilities include setting product strategy andpriorities for indices products, working with customers andinternal stakeholders on delivering new product initiatives andmanaging existing products. She has more than 15 years ofexperience in the field of indices, starting her career at LehmanBrothers. Previously, she was a director at Barclays Index andPortfolio analytics team working in a variety of roles.Smadar holds a first class UK honours degree from London Schoolof Economics and Political Science, and an Executive MBA withdistinction from the Cass Business School, London City University,UK.
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