After going from thirty employees to around 170 in five years, Gemini Fund Services decided it was time to add a CEO and tapped Andrew Rogers, who was the company president, to fill that role.

"We've experienced some rapid growth over five years," Rogers said in a phone interview. "And as a result, we needed to have more people in senior management, and we created the CEO title to really be responsible for the Gemini business development, sales, client service and separate operations under the president's role."

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