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Blackrock Veteran Joins Opus Nebula

Cloud-based end-to-end reporting service provider Opus Nebula has hired industry veteran Les Gosling as its new business development director and head of sales.

Gosling joins Opus Nebula to accelerate the adoption of the firm’s ‘Reporting as a Service’ offering within the asset and wealth management community, initially within the UK, European, and US markets. With over 30 years experience, he has worked with established technology vendors including Wall Street Systems and Misys (now Finastra) as well as leading the Blackrock Solutions EMEA business development team.

“We are delighted to welcome Les on board. His drive, enthusiasm and proven business development experience is exactly what we need and complements the skills of the extended team,” commented co-founder and CEO Andrew Sherlock.

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