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Taskize Hires James Pike as Head of Business Development

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Taskize, the provider of inter-company workflow to the financial services industry, has announced the appointment of former Morgan Stanley Managing Director James Pike as Head of Business Development. Based in London, Pike brings over 24 years’ worth of industry knowledge and experience across securities and derivatives, having most recently held the role of EMEA Head of Client Operations and Global Head of Institutional Client Services at Morgan Stanley. Prior to that he was Global Co-Head of Equity Operations.

Pike’s role will be to continue the growth of the Taskize network, which has passed over 530 financial institutions, growing from 289 in January 2021.

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