Building on her wealth of knowledge and understanding of market and credit risk applications and complex risk infrastructure, Tonkin is poised to drive QuICâs growth plans, provide regional support for existing and new customers and strengthen the companyâs leadership position in this key market region. She will be based in QuICâs London office, and will report to the Sales Director EMEA.
âCarolineâs proven track record of establishing productive partnerships with some of the worldâs largest banks and financial institutions will be integral to accelerating the adoption of QuICâs solutions on a global scale,â said James Hollands, Sales Director EMEA. âHer knowledge and unique perspective on EMEA market needs adds critical expertise in our ability to address growing worldwide demand for our solutions while ensuring we offer superior localised support.â
With over 20 years of strategic business development experience in the technology and banking industries, Tonkin brings her expertise in delivering complex high value solutions to the financial services industry. Prior to joining QuIC, Tonkin was Head of Sales for Orfival, where she spearheaded the companyâs entry into the UK market and forged a number of key client relationships with leading brands across Europe. Tonkin began her career with IBM, and since then has established a solid reputation for delivering strategic growth for companies such as Odyssey Asset Management, Flexible Management Systems, Braxxon Technology, Vertex Banking Systems and BIS Banking Systems.
âSound risk management, performance and regulatory compliance have become global challenges that require the industryâs most proven strategies, technologies and processes,â stated Tonkin. âQuICâs ability to align their risk management solution with emerging market needs and customer expectations has fundamentally changed the industry landscape. Iâm very excited to be coming on board at a time when the company is so well positioned and look forward to taking part to expand on its leadership position in the EMEA and enhance its overall global presence.â