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FTI in New York Hires Sharma to Lead Professional Services

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Financial Technologies International has appointed Chander Sharma vice president of its professional services division for the Americas and India. Sharma will be based at FTI’s New York headquarters where he will direct the professional services efforts of FTI’s Mumbai, India-based operations. His prime responsibilities will be negotiating and managing customer
projects.

Sharma has held senior positions at Deloitte Consulting and Accenture, where he created next-generation application data architecture for Vanguard. Previously, as director, consulting services at Seer Technologies (a joint venture between Credit Suisse First Boston and IBM), Sharma played a leading role in building and servicing Seer’s securities processing logical data model. Most recently, Sharma was a partner at ArroyoBridge Consulting.

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