Financial risk management firm Reval has appointed Marzio Trotta as senior vice president of client services and Justin Brimfield as senior vice president of business development. The company has expanded the scope of client services to support its rapidly growing client base to deliver client transitions and provide ongoing support and accessibility to information and expertise. Additionally, a new business development role will manage the direction of the partnerships and alliances Reval maintains worldwide. Trotta brings over 16 years of client service expertise to Reval from previous senior level positions at Misys/Summit Systems and Lehman Brothers. During his tenure at Misys, Trotta headed up enterprise-wide client services and support programmes. He has front and middle-office derivative knowledge from his experience working with major financial institutions and insurance companies.Brimfield joins most recently from Thomson Financial where he was responsible for the global operations of Thomson’s suite of treasury products and services. With over nine years experience in delivering technology and advisory solutions to the corporate space, Brimfield brings with him a robust understanding of how treasury professionals can leverage software as a service (SaaS) technology to meet their growing needs and responsibilities.
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