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Gershon Leaves Misys For City Networks In Asia

London-based financial software and services provider City Networks has hired Andy Gershon as sales manager for Asia in the company’s Hong Kong office. Gershon joins a team of 30 staff based in Hong Kong. He moves from Misys’ trading and risk management software division MKI, where he was regional sales manager for the Greater China region, based in Hong Kong. City Networks says it expects to make more appointments in Hong Kong in the near future.

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