BT Global reshuffles management

BT has reshuffled management at its global services unit.
Andy Nicholson now leads for global banking and financial markets, where BT provides services for banks, exchanges, global broker-dealers, global fixed income securities firms, investment managers and hedge funds. 
Neil Rogers is in charge of global government & health. Rogers has been overseeing BT’s activities in this sector since August 2010. Neil was previously Global Chief Procurement Officer for BT Group,
Kim McMann is now head of global consumer packaged goods. Kim joins BT from HP, where she led the company’s infrastructure technology outsourcing business in Asia Pacific. 
BT's global commerce organization, comprising manufacturing, logistics and pharmaceutical, will now be headed up by Bas Burger. Burger joined BT in 2008 from Getronics.

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