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QuantHouse Appoints CTO and COO to Drive Growth and Innovation

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QuantHouse has appointed its co-founder Denery Fenouil as chief technology officer (CTO) and Emmanuel Carjat, co-founder of Atrium Network, as chief operating officer (COO) to facilitate the company’s global growth. Rejoining the firm to oversee software and technology development, Fenouil was previously the architect of QuantHouse’s low latency market data solution. As COO, Carjat will manage QuantHouse’s operations and guide continued growth, which the firm says has escalated since the buyback from S&P in 2017, driven by product innovation and strategic investment.

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