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Xcitek Takes Stokes from Telekurs

Gary Stokes has joined the London office of XcitekSolutionsPlus, a developer of corporate actions automation solutions, as sales executive. He will focus on expanding the U.S.-based company’s European customer base. The London office was opened in May.

Stokes was previously sales executive at data provider Telekurs Financial, where he was responsible for new business sales. Prior to Telekurs, he was a sales manager at Mondas, also a corporate actions solution provider, where he was part of a team that initiated the marketing campaign to launch Mondas’ corporate actions solution.

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