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LiquidityBook Adds to EMEA Client Service Team

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LiquidityBook, a provider of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) trading solutions, has named two London-based hires for its EMEA client service team. James Pearson joins from Schneider Trading Associates, where he most recently served as head of IT and takes on the role of technical implementation analyst; while Abdullah Al Nasiri joins from Fidessa to serve as a client services analyst. The hires have been made as LiquidityBook sees an increasing number of fund managers abandoning legacy technology in favour of web-based systems such as its own.

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