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Sterling Trading Tech Names Jennifer Nayar as President & CEO

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Sterling Trading Tech (STT), the independent OMS, risk and trading platform vendor, has appointed fintech & capital markets industry veteran Jennifer Nayar as President & Chief Executive Officer, effective immediately. Most recently, Nayar was CEO of Vela Trading Systems, prior to its acquisition by Exegy. Earlier in her career, Nayar served with REDI Global Technologies and NYSE Technologies.

Farid Naib, STT’s former CEO, has stepped down from his role but will remain involved as an advisor and shareholder.

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