As part of the strategy to drive growth in rapidly expanding markets, Misys is boosting its operations in the Middle East and Africa, with a dedicated treasury and capital markets team and new solutions focused on that market. The team will be based in Dubai and led by Wissam Khoury, a former Reuters executive, reporting to Roy Froud, head of sales for Misys Middle East and Africa. Khoury will be charged with developing the new operation and will be responsible for designing bespoke solutions for financial institutions servicing a range of financial instruments and treasury products. The localised offerings will be based on the company’s treasury and capital markets’ software solutions; Misys Summit FT, Misys Opics Plus and Misys Loan IQ.
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