Financial Tradeware has hired Graham Bright as head of their international sales team. During his career at SWIFT, which spanned 20 years, Graham held positions in the International Sales team at SWIFT, heading interface sales into developing countries as SWIFT grew its worldwide franchise. He moved to regional partner relations at the inception of the SWIFT accreditation process for vendor products and managed the UK SWIFTNet FIN migration team, with responsibility for the IP communications and interfaces in the financial community. Most recently he held Account Management responsibility in the UK and Ireland, in the Banking Industry Division. Bright commented “With many years experience in the SWIFT payments environment and in the financial software industry, I look forward to working with Financial Tradeware.”
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