David Lester

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David Lester
Occupation Director of Corporate Strategy
Employer London Stock Exchange
Location London, UK
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Website www.londonstockexchange.com

David Lester is the director of corporate strategy at the London Stock Exchange. He has been in the position since 2012 and with the LSE since 2001.[1][2][3][4] Lester previously served as group director of information services at the LSE.

He served as chief executive officer of Turquoise Services Limited from March 2011 - November 2012. [5]


Lester was a director of software development at Primark Financial Corporation, which is now part of Thomson Reuters from 1996-2000. Before that he was a management consultant at Accenture from 1991-1996


Lester earned a degree in electronic and electrical engineering and business from Queen's University Belfast in 1989.


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