The 25 most influential women in UK IT


1. Jane Moran, global CIO, Thomson Reuters

As Global CIO for Thomson Reuters, Jane Moran brings over 25 years of financial services and information technology expertise to the organisation.  In this role, Jane manages a centralised global staff of 1,200 supporting sales, order-to-cash, financial and reporting business systems.

Jane previously served as CIO for the Thomson Reuters Markets division, where she drove the strategy, implementation and support for the internal business platforms that support prospect-to-cash, financials, sales management and global reporting. During her career, Jane has held a number of senior leadership roles including CIO of Thomson Financial and, previously, of CCBN. She has also consulted on large-scale ERP and CRM system implementations and provided IT portfolio management expertise to financial institutions. 

Jane actively participates in the Thomson Reuters Women’s Network, Women in Technology International (WITI), the Anita Borg Institute and the National Center for Women in Technology (NCWIT). Jane earned an MBA from Boston University and a BA degree from Brown University where she’s currently a member of the Advisory Council on Computing and Information Technology.

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