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Finantix Hires in Singapore and London

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Finantix, a technology provider to the wealth management, insurance and banking industries, continues to hire with a view to developing its Asian and European capabilities and building local teams to support client relationships. Michael Gantenbein joins as account delivery director in Singapore, having previously held senior roles at Flowable, Soreco and Itartis. Gareth Williams joins as business development director in the UK, with responsibility to grow Finantix’s presence, help R&D enhance the firm’s product suite, and provide account management to clients in the region. Williams has previous experience at Brewin Dolphin, Investec Wealth & Investment UK, and Hambros Bank.

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