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Eventus Hires Nick Wallis as Managing Director, EMEA

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Trade surveillance and market risk solutions vendor Eventus has appointed Nick Wallis as as Managing Director for the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region. Wallis has extensive experience in financial markets, energy derivatives and technology, including 12 years at Nasdaq, where he ran its surveillance sales and account management in EMEA, having moved into surveillance after holding responsibility for the firm’s risk management solution. Earlier in his tenure, Wallis served as Director of Commodity Sales, focused on building and managing energy trading accounts.

Based in London, Wallis will report to Scott Schroeder, Global Head of Sales for Eventus.

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