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Xenomorph Targets U.S. With New Subsidiary, Office

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Derivatives data management specialist Xenomorph is establishing itself in the U.S. with a new subsidiary Xenomorph Software, and a new New York-based office. Greg Johnson, sales and marketing director of Xenomorph says, “We already have a number of investment banking clients in the U.S. as a result of contracts with their European offices, as well as some local hedge fund managers.” But the company feels it needs to focus more directly on the market. The office will be managed by Xenomorph’s head of sales Naj Alavi, head of support Stuart Mason and co-founder Mark Woodgate.

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