Andrew Prozes

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Andrew Prozes "serves on the Board of Directors of Reed Elsevier plc, and was appointed global chief executive officer of Reed Elsevier’s LexisNexis Group in July, 2000. In this capacity, he has responsibility for all of Reed Elsevier’s information services and information based solutions to legal and business professionals on a global basis. LexisNexis Group products and services include the online legal, news and business information of LexisNexis, including its branded publishing companies, Butterworths, Tolley, Juris Classeur, Matthew Bender, Michie, Shepard’s, and Martindale-Hubbell.

"Prior to joining Reed Elsevier, Mr. Prozes served as executive vice president and chief operating officer of West Group, a part of the Thomson Corporation. Before joining the Thomson Corporation, Mr. Prozes was group president for Southam Inc, Canada’s largest newspaper publishing company.

"Mr. Prozes began his business career in the computing services industry in Canada. He founded and served as CEO of MFS Limited, which developed systems and services for the Canadian financial industry. By 1980, MFS (now part of IBM Canada) was the largest supplier of record-keeping services and software for the Canadian financial industry.

"Mr. Prozes serves on the Board of Cott Corporation and the National Executive Service Corps. Mr. Prozes has also served on the Board of the Information Technology Association of Canada and the Canadian Newspaper Association, as well as holding the position of chairman of the Information Industry Association in Washington, D.C." [1]

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  1. Andrew Prozes, Central Europe and Eurasia Legal Institute, accessed September 5, 2008.