Nordic Financial Systems (NFS) has announced the appointment of Christopher Jürss as Senior Technical Consultant in response to increased customer demand for NFS’ services in Asia. Jürss has several years’ experience managing the implementation of complex financial software at the world’s leading central and commercial banks and Fortune 500 corporations, including Bank of Thailand and ABB’s Singapore office. Speaking about his appointment, Jürss commented, “NFS clearly has a global outlook and an excellent reputation for its professionalism throughout the thirty countries it operates in. I am excited to assist NFS in realising its goals in relation to the Asian markets and continue to build its presence and expertise within the corporate treasury industry at large.”
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