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NeoXam Appoints Lead for EMEA West with Aim to Build Presence in the Region

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NeoXam has appointed Charles Sayac, former global head of sales at European asset manager Amundi Technology, as managing director of EMEA West in a bid to build the company’s presence in the region. Sayac will lead operations from NeoXam’s Paris headquarters and play a pivotal role in consolidating the company’s footprint in EMEA. He brings over 15 years of experience operating in the financial software industry to NeoXam, having held senior roles at WeSave, a fintech acquired by Amundi, in parallel to his role at Amundi Technology, as well as tenure at Vermeg, the banking and insurance software company.

Sayac’s appointment follows NeoXam’s announcement that Matthew Greninger had joined the firm as managing director, Americas. Both additions are part of the company’s strategic aim to grow worldwide presence, and both Sayac and Greninger have joined NeoXam’s executive committee.

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