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Iris Financial Engineering Hires Strategy, BizDev Execs Following $11 Million Infusion from Apax Partners

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Fresh from last quarter’s completion of an $11 million investment from Apax Partners, Iris Financial Engineering has named three senior executives in strategy and business development. Aviv Handler joins as vice president of product strategy from KW International, where he was involved in product strategy and business analysis.

Prior to KW, Handler was product manager for SunGard Trading & Risk Systems’ Panorama risk management system. Iris also has named Naoko Fader and Ron Raman as global business development mangers. Fader was previously head of sales at Xenomorph, and spent time at Lehman Brothers and Tokyo-Mitsubish International. Raman was previously at Caminus Corp. Handler and Fader will be based in London, Raman in New York.

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