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NeoXam Names Mark Hembury as Head Of Sales for DACH and CEE Regions

NeoXam has named former SIX Financial Information managing director, Mark Hembury, as head of sales for the DACH – Germany, Austria, Switzerland, and Liechtenstein, and CEE Central and Eastern Europe regions. Hembury held several senior roles across a six-year period at SIX and previously worked at Thomson Reuters, Moody’s Investor Services, and Reuters. At NeoXam, he is responsible for accelerating new business growth across NeoXam’s product suite, as well as helping develop existing client relationships.

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