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== Background ==
== Background ==


Fisbein came to [[Adenza]] from [[Calypso Technology]] where he was responsible for managing North American Sales.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.calypso.com/about/Leadership|name=Leadership|org=Calypso|dateApril 20, 2022}}</ref>
Fisbein came to [[Adenza]] from [[Calypso Technology]] where he was responsible for managing North American sales.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.calypso.com/about/Leadership|name=Leadership|org=Calypso|dateApril 20, 2022}}</ref>
    
    
Fisbein spent 14 years at [[Moody’s Analytics]] and [[Fermat]] before joining Calypso, where he held numerous enterprise software sales management positions in Europe and North America, helping clients comply with risk and capital regulations (Basel and Dodd Frank mainly).<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.axiomsl.com/|name=Executive Team|org=AxiomSL|date=April 20, 2022}}</ref>
Fisbein spent 14 years at [[Moody’s Analytics]] and [[Fermat]] before joining Calypso, where he held numerous enterprise software sales management positions in Europe and North America, helping clients comply with risk and capital regulations (Basel and Dodd Frank mainly).<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.axiomsl.com/|name=Executive Team|org=AxiomSL|date=April 20, 2022}}</ref>
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Ben Fisbein
Occupation Global Head of Sales, Capital Markets and Regulatory Solutions
Employer Adenza
Location New York
LinkedIn Profile
Website http://www.adenza.com

Ben Fisbein is the global head of sales, capital markets and regulatory solutions for Adenza, a role he took on in July 2021 subsequent to the merger of Calypso Technology and AxiomSL.[1] His focus is on helping clients to make better trading decisions, while remaining compliant with current and future regulatory requirements.

Background[edit]

Fisbein came to Adenza from Calypso Technology where he was responsible for managing North American sales.[2]

Fisbein spent 14 years at Moody’s Analytics and Fermat before joining Calypso, where he held numerous enterprise software sales management positions in Europe and North America, helping clients comply with risk and capital regulations (Basel and Dodd Frank mainly).[3]

Education[edit]

Fisbein holds a Master of Engineering, Computer Science from Cy Tech in France.

References[edit]

  1. Meet the Team. Adenza.
  2. Leadership. Calypso.
  3. Executive Team. AxiomSL.
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