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Paragon Energy Software adds London office, EMEA director

The credit risk software specialist has appointed Ian Tobin as executive director, EMEA operations.

Paragon Energy Software, the US-based supplier of credit risk software to energy and commodities trading companies, has opened a London office and appointed Ian Tobin as executive director, Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) operations from May 1.

Tobin has over 20 years of risk management and trading experience in the commodities, energy and investment banking markets. He was a founder and head of product strategy at Raft International (now Brady Plc) and was subsequently managing director (EMEA) and chief strategy officer for the ROME Corporation (now Triple Point Technology). For the past six years he has headed up RedShift International, a specialist consulting company that offers credit risk expertise for the energy, commodity and investment banking markets.

Paragon’s London office is located on the Euston Road.

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