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CJC Promotes Steven Moreton to Lead Product Development and Hires Karen Love to Drive Business Development

CJC, the London-based specialist in IT managed services and cloud technology for capital markets, has promoted former senior technical director Steven Moreton to the role of global head of product management. It has also appointed Karen Love to drive global business development.

Moreton, who has spent nearly twenty years working globally in capital markets across vendor, sell-side and buy-side entities, is charged with advancing development of CJC’s product suite. His primary focus will be on mosaicOA, an SaaS based IT operations analytics solution.

He comments: “mosaicOA has been a great success story, with onboarded clients seeing revolutionary enhancements in the support and capacity management of their platform, along with notable cost reductions.”

Ex- Sales director at Fixnetix, Karen Love, joins CJC to support business development opportunities resulting from solutions enhancement and innovation. Having worked for some years in the market data technology arena with vendors such as Fidessa, Ullink and NYSE Technologies, as banks including Citibank EMEA and Commerzbank, Love will report directly to CJC CEO Paul Gow in her new role.

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