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eMoney Advisor announces the availability of its new AdvisorPlatform; Macgregor announces the opening of a Hong Kong office; CSSL selects Sierra System to manage its fixed-income business.

eMoney Advisor, a provider of wealth-planning and management solutions, announced the availability of its new AdvisorPlatform for financial-services organizations seeking to service the high-net-worth and mass-affluent markets. The new version includes additional features such as aggregation, collaboration and an interactive-planning center. The company also launched its AdvisorServices Group to provide professional-consulting and marketing services.

Macgregor, a provider of buy-side trade-order-management systems and FIX-network services, announced the opening of a Hong Kong office to support its local client base and accelerate regional expansion. Spearheading Macgregor's efforts will be Arnaud de Herrypon, an industry veteran who held previous senior-level positions with Financial Technologies International, Bloomberg and the London International Financial Futures Exchange. de Herrypon will report directly to Kevin Milne, Macgregor's executive vice president in London.

FNX Limited, a provider of technology solutions to the financial-services industry, announced that Credit Suisse Securities Limited (CSSL) had selected Sierra System to manage its fixed-income business. Sierra System will provide CSSL with an integrated solution, from the automatic execution of fixed-income orders and management of position, market, and credit risk, through to settlement and creation of accounting entries. Sierra System will also be linked to CSSL's custodians, providing automated nostro and depository reconciliation.

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