Reval has announced the appointment of Nigel Sirett as managing director, EMEA. With more than 20 years experience in derivatives and treasury and risk management, Sirett will be responsible for driving the company’s aggressive growth strategy within EMEA markets.
“Nigel’s experience across a broad range of corporations and financial institutions in multiple geographic markets will prove invaluable to Reval’s success throughout EMEA,” said Jay McGlynn, senior vice president of sales at Reval. “I am very excited to have Nigel join as part of the executive team and I look forward to working together to further expand into the EMEA region.”
Sirett joins Reval from QuIC Financial, where he was responsible for EMEA sales, focused on counterparty credit exposure and structured derivative valuation. Prior to QuIC, he was managing director EMEA at Fiserv IPS-Sendero, where he led sales, consulting and client services teams based in London, Frankfurt, Milan and Warsaw. He has consulted and advised a diverse range of financial institutions across Europe, the Middle East and Africa on risk management, asset-liability management and associated technology and is a frequent speaker at industry events.
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