Andrew Burns has joined Richmond Software to establish its client support office in Amsterdam. Richmond Software said that it had successfully added to its existing client base in the region during 2002 and views the continued development of its organisation during 2003 as strategically important. Andrew Burns graduated from the University of Stirling, Scotland (Erasmus University of Groningen, Netherlands) with a BA Hons degree in Business and Psychology in 1997. He joined Motorola Inc as a Treasury Analyst based at their European headquarters in London. In 1998 he relocated to their Amsterdam office and, as Treasury Manager, centralised EMEA Treasury & Cash Management.
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