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Sunday, 22 January 2017
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Nov 16 2007 | 11:02am ET
Paladyne Systems, a provider of tech support for hedge funds, has appointed Steve Vogel as CFO and general counsel overseeing finance and administration, legal matters, corporate and project finance, accounting, treasury and human resources.
Prior to joining Paladyne, Vogel founded Sanguinity, a consulting firm specializing in the restructuring of domestic public and private companies. He has also held CFO and general counsel positions at software companies.
"Steve's industry expertise and leadership make him an invaluable and welcome addition to Paladyne's executive team at this important time in the company's life cycle," said Sameer Shalaby, CEO of Paladyne Systems. "Steve's extensive business, financial and legal experience has contributed significantly to the success of a number of companies in the enterprise software arena. We expect that his broad knowledge base will greatly enhance Paladyne's leadership position in this fast-growing hedge fund marketplace."