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Coexis Brings in Former ADP Wilco President Staines for U.S. Operations

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Coexis has hired Roy Staines as managing director of its U.S. Operations. Staines was previously at ADP Brokerage Service Group, where he was managing director, responsible for strategic accounts and before that was president of ADP-Wilco.

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