10 February 2016

B-next hires project manager Pete Hudson

26 February 2014  |  828 views  |  0 Source: b-next

b-next, a specialist provider of Market Abuse Surveillance, Insider Dealing and Compliance software solutions, today announced the appointment of Pete Hudson as Project Manager. Pete will help b-next's clients implement its software solutions and further expand the international client base.

The new appointment is part of b-next's strategy to bring in highly experienced talent from across the financial services sector and increase both the company's footprint and expertise in the UK. Based in the London office, Pete will work on the planning and execution of new client projects, working closely with the international sales team.

Pete Hudson has over 25 years' experience working for software and service vendors in the financial securities industry. He joins b-next from Dion Global Solutions, where he was Director of Products & Strategy. Previous to that, Pete held senior executive positions at leading financial technology organisations including; Misys, Thomson Financial, Linedata Services and Omgeo. Pete has significant experience in systems and solutions covering the front, middle and back office in the securities industry.

"The financial industry is consistently being hit with a raft of new regulations to tackle market abuse, insider dealing and compliance issues, which some firms are wholly unprepared for. Working with such a prominent firm within the industry such as b-next will give me the opportunity to tackle these issues head-on and improve the systems of well-known financial institutions," comments Pete Hudson.

Martin Porter, Director of Sales says: "Pete brings a wealth of experience to b-next which will help drive the London office and further increase our market share internationally. His work will help streamline and continue to improve our client offering and I am delighted to welcome him to the team."

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