Algorithmics today announced that Bryan O’Neill has joined as Sales Director for the South East Asia region. Bryan will be based in Singapore and be responsible for leading Algorithmics’ sales function in South East Asia. He brings a wealth of sales experience from nearly 30 years of working in the financial services technology sector in the Asia Pacific region.
The focus of this new role will be to maximize the competitive advantages of Algorithmics’ solutions and technology in the region and to further develop Algorithmics’ established presence in the APAC market. Bryan joins Algorithmics from Misys Treasury & Capital Systems where he led their sales team in APAC. Prior to Misys, Bryan worked in sales management and sales roles for Peoplesoft/Oracle, Fiserv Corporation and Sun Microsystems.
Eric Takigawa, Managing Director, Asia Pacific & Australia, Algorithmics, said: “I am delighted that Bryan is joining Algorithmics. We already have a strong representation among the biggest banks in the region and our ambition is to continue this growth while fostering long term partnerships with our existing clients. In the current climate, Bryan’s proven sales and leadership abilities are just what we need to achieve these ambitions and I look forward to working with him within our senior regional management team in Asia.”
Bryan O’Neill commented: "As recent events have highlighted, the ability to take a comprehensive, holistic and enterprise view of market, credit, counterparty credit, liquidity and operational risk is exactly what is needed by financial institutions. Silo-based risk management just doesn’t work. Algorithmics’ award winning enterprise risk solutions and long experience of working in financial services risk management gives the firm a unique position in the risk management market. I am excited to be a part of this and I look forward to helping Algorithmics meet its growth ambitions in the region."
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