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Adam Brill Joins XSP as Business Analyst

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XSP, the global leader in automated end-to-end Corporate Actions solutions, announced today that Adam Brill has joined the Company as Business Analyst. Based in New York, Brill will be responsible for supporting the growing client base for the XSP® Corporate Actions software platform. This appointment is in response to XSP’s expanding Professional Services offering and the increase in client implementations and upgrades, including the Standards Release mandated changes for SWIFT ISO clients.

Jon Montgomery, Senior Director, Professional Services at XSP, said, “We are delighted that Adam has joined the organization. Adam will play a key role in supporting our growing client base operations. His strong analytical approach and excellent interpersonal skills are essential aspects of the world-class services we deliver to our clients. As we expand our Professional Services team with ambitious and talented personnel such as Adam, we are also adding a host of new offerings such as webinar sessions and video seminars to our Client Care suite. These online programs provide convenient and cost-effective alternatives, aiding training and our implementations. We welcome Adam to XSP and look forward to continue recruiting professionals of his caliber.”

Brill joins XSP from Broadridge Financial Solutions where he was a Client Services Representative responsible for supporting over 8,000 users for Impact, an integrated online securities transaction processing system. As a member of the Client Assessment team, he was responsible for analyzing client usage to ensure that they gained the most out of the Impact functionality for their fixed-income trading and processing requirements.

Brill was also a Golf Professional, having competed in more than 25 tournaments annually with the North American Professional Golf Tour. In addition to serving as Head Instructor for the Junior and Women’s clinics at Farm Neck Golf Club in Oak Bluffs, MA, he also conducted private lessons and organized over 25 tournaments per season.

Brill holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Penn State and also attended the American School in London.

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