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SimCorp Promotes Crompton to U.K. MD; Gee to Sales Director

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SimCorp has appointed Ian Crompton as managing director of its U.K. group, replacing Kjell Nordgard, who has returned to SimCorp’s head office in Denmark after five years in the U.K. Crompton has been sales director at SimCorp for nearly two years, and before that was regional sales director at Eagle Investment Systems. SimCorp has also promoted Elizabeth Gee, formerly of DST International, to sales director.

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