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Asset Control Poaches Misys’ McGranaghan for Product Management Role in NYC

Ex- head of development for Misys’ Treasury and Capital Markets division, Donal McGranaghan has joined Asset Control as senior vice president of product and development. Based in New York, he will lead product management and software development of the EDM vendor’s financial data management solutions.

McGranaghan has also previously worked at Kindle Banking Systems, BIS and Andersen Consulting (now Accenture) in Dublin. At Misys, prior to his development role, he also held positions including global senior vice president for its software as a service (SaaS) solutions and general manager for the company’s software development centre in Bangalore, India, which he helped to launch.

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