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Xcitek Targets Europe With London Office Opening, Burgess Hire

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Corporate actions automation specialist XcitekSolutionsPlus has formally opened a London office to serve as a hub for its European expansion. To support European clients, the firm has hired Nick Burgess as XSP product specialist to help provide pre- and post-sales client service and manage XSP implementations.

Burgess brings 15 years of securities processing experience to the company. Most recently, Burgess was instrumental in automating the corporate actions process at JP Morgan Equities London, where the XSP product was implemented. He also held IT consulting positions at Societe General Securities London, Deutsche Bank London, ING Barings London, ING Baring Securities Hong Kong and London Clearing House.

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