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Finantix Hires to Staff New Office in Sydney, Australia

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Finantix, a provider of technology to the wealth management, insurance and banking industries, has opened an office in Australia to support its expansion in the Asia-Pacific region. The Sydney-based office will be staffed by Martin McCabe as sales country manager for Australia and Todd Yarrow as senior business development executive for Australia. McCabe joins the company from with FIS where he was responsible for growing a wealth platform business across Asia-Pacific. Yarrow joins from Iress. Finantix says Australia’s sophisticated financial services sector and position as a key hub for the Asia-Pacific region makes Australia an attractive market.

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