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Boyce named Neustar’s new VP of finance and corporate treasurer

On Thursday, Neustar, Inc. announced that Steve Boyce will become the company’s new vice president of finance and corporate treasurer. Boyce will now oversee all treasury, investor relations, and investment strategy functions at Neustar.

Boyce returns to Neustar after serving as chief financial officer at RollStream, Inc., a privately-held software company. Prior to that, he held the title of vice president, finance and corporate controller for Neustar from June 2004 to June 2008. Boyce supervised the company’s accounting, tax, and financial reporting functions during this time, and also played a key role in a number of initiatives, most notably Neustar’s initial public offering in June 2005.

“We are immensely pleased to welcome such a skilled and well-respected financial professional back to Neustar, ” said Neustar CFO Paul Lalljie. “Steve’s impressive track record of performance and his invaluable understanding of Neustar’s business operations are ideal complements to our senior financial leadership team.”

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