Netik has expanded its European and North American sales teams with the addition of Laura Bedborough and Doreen Severs. Bedborough joins as sales executive, reporting to Keith Hale, managing director of Netik’s Europe, Middle East & Africa region. She has responsibility for new business development in hedge funds, investment management, prime brokerage and hedge fund administration, and for existing strategic relationships in Europe, including one with Advent Software. She was previously strategic alliance manager for Europe for Corel. Severs joins Netik as sales executive, reporting to Michael Rodgers, sales director, Netik America. Severs was previously vice president of equity trading technology at Deutsche Bank.
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Netik Names Two to Sales Team
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