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John Burchenal Joins Traiana as Global Head of Business Development

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Post-trade solutions provider Traiana has named John Burchenal as global head of business development. Reporting to Jill Sigelbaum, executive vice president, global sales and alliances, Burchenal will be based in New York.

Burchenal served most recently as managing director of strategic growth at Omgeo, where he was responsible for growth initiatives and partnerships. Prior to Omgeo he served as director of Straight-Through-Processing Services at TradeWeb, where he oversaw several global product lines and managed post-trade partnerships with third party financial software providers.  Burchenal has also held management positions at Citibank, DLJ and Lehman Brothers.

In this role, Burchenal will be responsible for expanding Traiana’s footprint and scope of partnerships globally. Burchenal will build on the more than 50 partnerships Traiana has already established with leading retail aggregators, execution platforms, electronic communication networks (ECNs), clearinghouses and independent software vendors (ISVs). With one connection into the Harmony network, Traiana provides connectivity between partners and their buy and sell side counterparties to reduce cost, complexity and operational risk.

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