Lynx enters the UK Trust market

Lynx Wealth Management Systems, the leading supplier of wealth management systems to the financial services industry, has today announced the appointment of Perry Coysh as Head of Sales - Trust (UK).

With more than 10 years of success in selling Trust, Tax and Probate systems into the UK market Perry brings considerable experience to Lynx.
Prior to joining Lynx Perry spent the last 5 years as Sales Director at Isokon Systems Ltd and before that at Laserform International as Head of Sales (Trust and Probate).

Commenting on his appointment, Perry said: "I am excited about the prospect of bringing 4Series Trust Administrator to the domestic trust sector. I believe that the UK market is crying out for a product such as this and 4Series has a successful track record in offshore jurisdictions. I was also particularly impressed with the infrastructure in place at Lynx and that, combined with its excellent reputation, convinced me that it was the right company for me. The 4Series product will deliver new levels of business advantage to trust managers and practitioners in the UK market.

John Mosedale, Lynx's Managing Director, said: "For more than 20 years we have enjoyed considerable success in providing our 4Series Trust products to the International and Offshore Trust and Company Administration market. Our customer list spans the entire spectrum from the 5-User specialist to the largest global players with multi-location operations. The UK market has long been in our sights as a target and we feel the time is right to focus our efforts here. I know that we have the right product with the right functionality to meet the needs of UK trust businesses. Perry's extensive knowledge of the trust and probate accounting industry will ensure our success in the UK trust marketplace and strengthen the Lynx sales team further."

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