Wall Street Systems appoints Longden

Wall Street Systems, a US provider of treasury and capital markets services, has appointed Chris Longden as regional managing director for Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA). Based in London, Longden will be responsible for managing the sales and delivery operations in the EMEA region.

Longden joins Wall Street Systems from Misys International Banking Systems, where he headed the company's global risk management business. Prior to this, he was managing director for UK and southern Europe, responsible for distribution across Misys' main banking software product lines, encompassing treasury and capital markets, risk management, wholesale and retail banking.

Longden has 20 years' experience in banking software, including international sales and operations experience from Tokyo, Hong Kong and Australia for nine years.

His responsibilities will include developing the company's business in the EMEA region, both in new business markets and in building on the company's relationships with banking and corporate clients.

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