Xtrakter, part of the ICMA group of companies, has appointed Richard Jinks to the position of director of commercial operations. Xtrakter is planning a range of new data services based on its recently completed new data warehouse. Jinks previously held senior positions at Misys, Omgeo, Checkfree and BT Global Financial Services, where he was involved in growing the post-trade services offered by BT. Jinks will head up sales and client relations at Xtrakter and drive forward the commercial operations of this market utility.
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Xtrakter Names Jinks Director, Commercial Operations
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