Financial Objects has appointed Marston Manthorpe as managing director for its operational risk business. Manthorpe joins the company with 20 years’ experience in finance and technology. In this newly created role at the company, Manthorpe will drive the development and sales of the company’s enterprise-wide operational risk management solution, radar. Prior to its acquisition by Financial Objects in 1996, Manthorpe worked for IBIS, the wholesale core banking solutions provider, between 1991 and 1995, where he progressed from pre-sales consultancy into sales and partner management.
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