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DTCC Names James Hollands as Global Head of Sales

DTCC has named James Hollands as managing director, global head of sales and partners. Hollands took up his role at DTCC last month and will lead the company’s sales drive from London.

Hollands joined DTCC from post-trade infrastructure provider TriOptima, where he was head of sales for triResolve. Since starting his career at RBS, where he spent four years in risk management, Hollands has held sales leadership roles in four private equity backed financial solutions firms, all of which achieved successful exits.

From 2004 to 2009, Hollands held the role of sales director EMEA at Sungard Adaptiv, a provider of credit and market risk management tools to investment banks.

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