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Eventus Names Scott Leader as Managing Director, APAC

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Trade surveillance and market risk solutions vendor Eventus has hired Scott B. Leader as Managing Director, APAC, to head the company’s sales efforts in the Asia-Pacific region. Based in Sydney and reporting to Eventus’ Global Head of Sales Scott Schroeder, Leader has nearly three decades of financial services, sales and management experience throughout APAC and Europe.

Since 2020, he has served as Executive Director, Large Enterprise for Workday, Inc. a provider of enterprise cloud applications for finance and human resources. He has also held senior-level roles at the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX), NYSE Euronext, Bloomberg LP, SunGard Financial Systems (now FIS), Misys and Pegasystems.

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