Sunday, 29 March 2015
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Jun 23 2011 | 8:40am ET
New York-based HazelTree Fund Services, a leading provider of treasury solutions software, has named Dave Scibetta vice president of sales.
Scibetta comes to HazelTree from Enfusion Systems where he also served as VP of sales. Prior to that, he provided middle and back-office solutions for the hedge fund community through SunGard and Fiserv. Scibetta also served as director of sales & marketing at Wellington Financial Systems, a division of Wellington Consulting. Previous to this, Scibetta spent nine years in technology as a business analyst and project manager with Fiduciary Trust International and InterQuant Capital Advisors.
In his new role, Scibetta will be responsible for managing client relationships, generating new business within the hedge fund community and building strategic relationships with industry thir party providers and the prime broker community.
"Dave has a terrific blend of strategic sales expertise, financial services and middle and backoffice technology knowledge. His positive attitude and proven prospecting and networking abilities will increase HazelTree's exposure to the hedge fund community," said Stephen Casner, CEO of HazelTree, "We are delighted to bring on board a proven professional to lead our sales efforts and provide solid client relationship management."
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