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Andrew Markazi Joins FINCAD to Lead their Enterprise Solution Sales Team

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FINCAD, the industry standard for financial analytics, has hired Andrew Markazi as a Sales Director focussing on large financial institutions. He brings to FINCAD more than 15 years experience in the financial industry selling a diverse range of enterprise software solutions including asset management, banking, risk, compliance, equity, treasury and derivatives front, middle and back office systems.

“We’re very excited to have Andrew join the FINCAD sales team,” said Bill Stewart, Vice-President of Global Sales. “His extensive experience selling enterprise solutions into financial firms will be a great asset to FINCAD. With the recent launch of F3, Andrew will be able to provide a range of solutions to meet the diverse needs of the market.”

Markazi has worked for such companies as TD Waterhouse Wealth Management, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), Misys and Ubitrade (now Sungard) that he launched in various cities around the globe including Chicago, New York, London, Sydney and Paris. He also holds an MSc in Computer Technology from the University of Sussex and an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of business.

Recently, FINCAD launched its award winning, enterprise wide, financial analytics platform called F3. The F3 technology uses a model-free architecture that provides traders and quantitative analysts with the flexibility to structure virtually any deal allowing them to respond to new market opportunities or create them. FINCAD was founded in 1990 and now has more than 4000 clients in over 80 countries using their analytics.

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