Xcitek has expanded its London-based team with the addition of Paul Fullam, vice president and manager of global services, to support implementations for new European clients of its flagship XSP software solution. The corporate actions software vendor has also appointed Matt Digby as senior business analyst for XSP in Europe. His responsibilities will include business requirements gathering, product development, product demonstrations, client training and involvement with market-driven initiatives. Digby was previously head of asset servicing at Mizuho International.
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Xcitek Expands European Team with Digby, Fullam
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