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GlobeOp announces George Evans as head of business development

Tuesday, September 21, 2010
Opalesque Industry Update - GlobeOp Financial Services (LSE:GO) has appointed George Evans as head of business development. Evans reports to Hans Hufschmid, GlobeOp chief executive officer, and is based in the company's New York City office. He is also a member of GlobeOp's Operating Committee.

"As demand for GlobeOp's services continues to grow in both hedge fund and new institutional sectors, we will look to George's extensive experience to identify and capture new opportunities," said Hans Hufschmid. "His understanding of the market and client requirements will also help us create new products and client services that further differentiate the GlobeOp brand."

Evans' career spans 30 years in the financial services industry. Most recently, he served for four years as global head of business development for Outsource Partners International, a global professional services firm providing finance and accounting outsourcing, analytics and consulting and advisory services. Prior to this, he was the executive vice president of business development for BISYS Investment Services Group, including responsibility for sales, marketing, strategic planning and product development. Evans also previously served as senior vice president of investor services at J.P. Morgan, and held key management positions with Chase Manhattan Bank, Bankers Trust Company and Prudential Insurance Company of America.

Evans earned a bachelor's degree in business administration from the University of Scranton, Pennsylvania. He is an executive member of the University of Scranton Presidents Business Council, and a former trustee of the Readington Educational Foundation in New Jersey.

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