FRSGlobal has expanded its presence in Asia-Pacific and Japan with four new senior management hires:
- Sudhansu Mishra has been appointed head of sales for India.
- Raymond Hee as regional sales manager for south east Asia, Australia, New Zealand and Korea.
- Myron Zhu as regional sales manager for China.
- Michael Henroid as regional solutions manager.
Mishra has over 20 years’ experience working within financial services industry and joins from Calypso, where he was the director of business development for south Asia. He has unique experience working in both banks and software companies where he has held senior management roles, such as CTO of banks, including Centurion Bank and the Commercial Bank of Oman. Mishra has also led sales and business development in global software companies including SunGard and Unisys.
Hee joins FRSGlobal with 15 years’ experience in large account and complex solution sales within business intelligence, data warehousing, customer relationship management, anti-money laundering, asset/liability management, fund transfer pricing and customer profitability in the Asian financial services industry. These companies include IPS-Sendero, Prism, Chordiant, SAS, Mantas and Infor.
Zhu has over 10 years’ experience working for the financial services software industry in China. Prior to joining FRSGlobal, he was senior sales manager for Misys, responsible for sales and implementation of treasury and risk management banking solutions. Before Misys, Zhu worked for Oracle and Microsoft.
Henroid has over 10 years’ experience working in risk management. Henroid joins FRSGlobal after eight years at SunGard, where for the last three years he was the solution director for risk management in Asia-Pacific. Henroid has worked with banks in Asia as an advocate of sound risk management practice and has authored several whitepapers on risk for the Asian market segment.
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