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Pirum Expands SFTR Team as April Deadline Approaches

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Automated reconciliations provider Pirum Systems has bolstered its SFTR team with the hire of of industry experts Glenn Baldwin, Payal Lakhani, James Cosh, and Pradeep Rana. Baldwin joins from JP Morgan with 15 years of securities finance expertise. Lakhani was formerly with Citi, while Cosh spent 20 years in roles at Deutsche Bank, Nomura, Lehman Brothers and Saxo Bank. Rana spent seven years at JP Morgan as a PB Client Service Manager. Pirum’s joint SFTR solution in partnership with IHS Markit has over 60 clients already mandated, with a further 20 expected to give the green light this month.

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