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Netik Appoints Neicho as Head of Global Business Development

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Netik, a global leading provider of financial data management and reporting services and products, announced today the appointment of Luke Neicho to the role of head of global business development. He will report directly to newly appointed John Mason, chief operating officer of Netik.

Neicho joins from Eagle Investment Systems, a subsidiary of BNY Mellon, where he was international sales director, responsible for business development and growing Eagle’s client base in the international market.

In his new role, Neicho will focus on extending Netik’s business opportunities into its key market areas of delta one trading data, managed reference data services and data warehousing through expanded customer and partner relationships. The role will see Neicho maximising Netik’s opportunities globally across Netik’s centers in Asia, Europe, Middle East, South Africa and North America.

Mason commented “This is a significant senior appointment for Netik and we are very pleased to welcome Luke onboard. Luke knows our industry so well and his move to Netik at this exciting stage in the company’s development, demonstrates Netik’s ongoing commitment to data management and outsourcing. As we move forward, Netik’s focus will be on providing a more integrated approach to data management making better use of the data that Netik already provides and Luke’s domain expertise and experience make him ideally positioned to help us achieve this.

Neicho has over 25 years experience in providing software solutions to the global financial services industry. He is knowledgeable in all areas of data management within a securities servicing environment, with a detailed understanding of front, middle and back office processes across both buy and sell side organisations.

Neicho joined Eagle in 2002 from GoldenSource (formerly FTI) where he was the Pre-Sales Manager for the EMEA region. Prior to that, he was responsible for front office technology at Commerzbank.

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