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CQG Hires to Bolster Asia Pacific Presence

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CQG, a provider of technology solutions for traders, brokers, commercial hedgers and exchanges, has announced that Benjamin Soong has joined the firm as president, APAC, and Rick Chang as head of Greater China. Rod Giffen, formerly CQG president, APAC, takes the new role of chief experience officer. Soong joins CQG from Ledger, where he was head of Asia Pacific. He previously spent 12 years at S&P Global Market Intelligence. Chang also joins from Ledger, where he served as head of commercial and operations in Asia Pacific. At CQG, he will report to Soong and oversee growth in Greater China.

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