Rod Giffen

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Rod Giffen
Occupation President, CQG APAC
Employer CQG
Location China
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Website www.cqg.com

Rod Giffen is president, CQG APAC, based in China. He was named to that newly created role in November of 2017, after having been the president of CQG since May 2014.[1]

Previously, he was the executive vice president of business development and global head of sales and support at CQG.[2][3] He joined the company in February 1995.

Background[edit]

During his tenure at CQG, Giffen has worked in data quality, been the head of operations and the director of sales and support.

Education[edit]

Giffen graduated from Duke University in 1986 with a degree in biomedical engineering.

References[edit]

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