Greg Charlesworth promoted to General Manager
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Milwaukee, WI - February 1, 2017 - Whitewater Analytics is pleased to announce the nomination of Gregory J. Charlesworth as the new General Manager. Greg is bringing over 30 years of experience in banking, particularly in the foreign exchange and derivatives area.
Greg will be responsible to grow Whitewater Analytics top line, to implement new sales process and improve the customer experience.
"We are excited to have been able to attract someone with such a deep experience and knowledge of the market" said Marc Vandiepenbeeck, Managing Partner at Whitewater Analytics, "Greg will transform the way we go to market and bring best practices to the company".
Greg can be reached by phone or email at +1(414)455-0586 or email@example.com
About WHITEWATER ANALYTICS
Whitewater Analytics provides best practice software solutions to multinational corporations seeking to better measure their currency exchange risk. Built on the experience of corporate treasury professionals, WHITEWATER ANALYTICS provides corporate treasury risk managers with the information they need to make timely, accurate, and informed hedging decisions, helping them to reduce volatility and save money.
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