Market Plans School Rebuild

In lieu of sending out Christmas gifts and cards, Markit, previously called Mark-It Partners/LoanX, is planning to re-build a secondary school in Malole, Zambia.

  • 23 Dec 2004
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In lieu of sending out Christmas gifts and cards, Markit, previously called Mark-It Partners/LoanX, is planning to re-build a secondary school in Malole, Zambia. Not only is the firm donating funds, but it is looking for a group of volunteers--drawn from Markit and its clients--to go to Malole in 2005 to actively help the local community with the construction project. "We wanted to put the money we would have spent on gifts and cards to better use and if we can benefit people less fortunate than ourselves then so much the better," said Tim Barker, executive v.p. of Markit in London.

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  • 23 Dec 2004

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