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Kalahari appoints Andrew Crawford business support manager, Emea

08 May 2008  |  2611 views  |  0 Source: Kalahari

Kalahari, a global provider of real-time price discovery, analytics and publishing solutions, today announced the appointment of Andrew Crawford as Business Support Manager for the EMEA region.

Crawford will be based at the company's Woking offices.

Andrew brings over 10 years of experience to Kalahari delivering real-time pricing solutions to the financial markets industry. Most recently, Andrew held a multi-faceted role as Client Account Manager and Pre-Sales Support at Microgen plc. Prior to this, he held various trading roles over a 17 year period, including: Senior Money Market/Foreign Exchange Dealer at Postipankki and Senior Foreign Exchange/Money Market Dealer at Hill Samuel Bank.

Graham Mansfield, Managing Director for Kalahari said: "Andrew has extensive experience in pre and post sales business support for capital markets products. His strong relationship management skills and background in the implementation of technology solutions in the financial markets are tremendous assets for our organisation. Business Support is very important to Kalahari's business, so having the right person at its head is crucial to our success, both in the EMEA region and worldwide. We welcome Andrew to Kalahari and look forward to leveraging his expertise to meet the needs and expectations of our growing client base."

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