Crosby joins BT Syntegra; Leman named president, SunGard Trading Systems/Brass; Snape gets new role
06 April 2004 | 4308 views | 0
Steven Crosby, a former managing director of BearingPoint and one-time acting CEO of straight-through processing utility GSTP, has joined BT Syntegra as executive vice president and general manager for the Americas region.
Appointed to BT Syntegra's global financial services business unit, Crosby, 52, will have responsibility for sales, marketing, operations and distribution channels across North, Central and South America.
In an unrelated announcement, SunGard Trading Systems/Brass has named James Leman as president, taking over from Tom King, who has held the post since 1999.
For the past 12 years, Leman served as managing director of global equity customer electronic trading and connectivity at Citigroup. Previously, he was manager and vice president of equity trade support for Salomon Brothers. He has been a driving force in automating trading and electronic connectivity and is one of the founders of the Financial Information Exchange (FIX) protocol.
Tom King remains a senior executive at SunGard Trading Systems and continues to report to Ron Lang, group chief executive.
Seperately, Richard Snape, a former president of SunGard Market Data Services, has been appointed to the newly created position of general manager, Extranet Business Unit (EBU) at financial network Radianz.
In his new role, Snape is responsible for managing the global extranet business, overseeing direct sales, product marketing, technical solutions, business administration, customer service delivery, and billing.
Snape joined Radianz in November 2003 as head of strategic development.