Nordic Financial Systems (NFS), the specialist financial system service provider, has appointed Kjerstin Hande as Director of Sales to support the increased demand for NFS’s services including Treasury Support Center(tm), which was launched in May 2002. Hande, who brings with her extensive experience in the financial IT industry across the globe, will be responsible for selling the benefits of NFS’s services to those corporate treasuries that use complex system structures on a global level. Hande will concentrate on all regions but with a particular focus on the key financial centres. Prior to working with NFS, Hande was responsible for launching SEB Trading Station in Asia combining her role with senior relationship responsibilities. Hande also held a long-term post at ABB where she played a central role in designing the Norwegian regional treasury center before continuing with ABB AS Norway, managing corporate finance. Hande then headed the consulting Group in ABB Financial Services AS, Norway as a Senior Vice President.
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