Principia Partners has appointed Andrew Vickers as its new executive vice president and chief technology officer. In this role, Andrew is responsible for furthering the development and execution of the company’s technology vision and roadmap. He has been charged with management of the product architecture, application development and information technology teams supporting the Principia System. Andrew comes to Principia after a seven-year career at FNX Limited where he was executive managing director and CTO. There, he was responsible for several major technology initiatives, including the implementation of the scalability and reliability features of the system’s client-server architecture and ASP solution. Prior to FNX, Andrew was with ABN Amro where he was project manager responsible for a multi-site global FX Options trading system and network.
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