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Reval Adds Trotta to Client Services Role and Brimfield to Biz Development

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Reval, a provider of financial risk management solutions and services, has appointed Marzio Trotta as senior vice president of client services and Justin Brimfield as senior vice president of business development. The vendor, which provides also provides valuation services, indicates that the appointments are part of its drive to expand the scope of its client services and develop more global partnerships and alliances.

Trotta has previously worked in client services in senior level positions at Misys and Lehman Brothers. During his tenure at Misys, he headed up the enterprise-wide client services and support programmes. In his new role at Reval, Trotta is responsible for the client services group encompassing the management of all client facing activities and support worldwide.

Brimfield joins Reval most from Thomson Financial where he was responsible for the global operations of Thomson’s suite of treasury products and services. At Thomson he also founded and managed a fixed income consulting business. In his new role, Brimfield will be responsible for strategically managing and developing key relationships and alliances as Reval continues to grow its hedge accounting and risk management solutions across the globe.

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