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OpenFin Hires Adrian Crockett as Chief Product Officer

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OpenFin, an operating system (OS) provider deploying around 1,200 desktop applications to both buy and sell-side firm, has hired Adrian Crockett as Chief Product Officer. Crockett is the co-founder and former CEO of Pellucid Analytics, an integrated platform that streamlines the creation of investment banking pitch books. Prior to that, Crockett headed investment banking strats groups at Credit Suisse and Merrill Lynch. As Chief Product Officer, Crockett will work with OpenFin’s client base to build the financial industry’s app infrastructure.

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