TwoFour, the product and services provider of foreign exchange (FX) and treasury cash management solutions, has appointed Andrew Murray as regional sales manager for Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA). The firm is seeing continued demand from financial institutions in EMEA for new, legacy-replacement technology and Murray will be responsible for identifying and driving new business sales opportunities, particularly within the UK and northern Europe.
Murray joins TwoFour with over 13 years experience in the financial technology industry, having held a number of senior management positions, which include roles at SunGard, Wall Street Systems and Deutsche Bank. Most recently, he held the position of director of business development at Impendium Systems, where his responsibilities included global account management, new sales generation, strategic partnerships and product development.
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