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Eagle Investment Systems names Greg Farrington head of sales, Americas

31 July 2014  |  2634 views  |  0 Source: Eagle Investment Systems

Eagle Investment Systems LLC, a leading provider of financial services technology and a subsidiary of BNY Mellon, today announced the promotion of Greg Farrington to Head of Sales, Americas.

In his new role, Farrington will take overall responsibility for the Americas sales team, looking to drive continued growth in the region. In 14 years at Eagle, he has grown Eagle's client base significantly, securing and managing some of the company's largest sales contracts. Farrington will report to Mal Cullen, managing director, head of the Americas & Eagle ACCESSSM.

The appointment comes as Eagle continues to expand its global sales force to meet growing market demand for its solutions and services. In doing so, the firm has also recently promoted John Boggis to Head of Sales, Europe, Middle East, Africa & Asia Pacific. Boggis has been with the company for four years, securing a number of key global contracts for Eagle in that period. Prior to Eagle, he held senior sales roles with SimCorp, FactSet and Thomson Financial. Boggis reports to John Legrand, managing director, head of EMEA and APAC.

"These promotions represent the continued strengthening of our global sales capability and Eagle's solid growth overall in key markets around the world," said John Lehner, president and CEO of Eagle. "Greg and John have added significantly to our development, and we're excited about what they'll bring to these new roles as we deliver our services and solutions to a larger client base." 

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