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Christopher Page
Christopher Page
Managing Director, Financial Standard

Christopher Page is the founder, managing director and group publisher of the Rainmaker Group of companies.

At Rainmaker Group, he leads business development, product innovation, strategic planning and customer relationship management.

Prior to forming Rainmaker Group, Page held a wide range of senior management roles with investment managers.

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