July 2002
Bank Technology News;Jul2002, Vol. 15 Issue 7, p15
Trade Publication
Presents news items on executive movements in companies dealing with banking technology, as of July 2002. Barry Lynn's appointment as a board member of Z-force, a maker of file switches for network attached storage; Guy Tallent's resignation as chief executive of the banking trust network Identrus; SunGard Securities Processing's appointment of Michael Cox as the company's president.


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