FRSGlobal, a provider of risk and regulatory reporting solutions, has expanded its presence in Asia-Pacific and Japan (APJ) and Europe with two new senior management hires.
Allan Chin has over 10 years’ experience working in financial services software industry in Asia-Pacific and joins from Fermat, where he was the head of business development for Greater China. Within this role, he was responsible for sales in Greater China and successfully closing the first Basel II CAR Reporting project there, as well as building partnerships with local and global system integrators including IBM, Atos Origin and Yucheng Technologies. Chin has held senior manager roles at Fair Isaac, SAS Institute, and Hyperion Solutions. At FRSGlobal, he will be responsible for sales in North Asia and will be based out of Hong Kong.
Christian Lange joins FRSGlobal with over 20 years’ experience in the European and international financial services industry. He joins FRSGlobal after working with leading financial technology companies such as Management Data and SmartStream, where he held different roles from professional services to pre-sales and sales management. His role within FRSGlobal will see him as the senior sales manager for Germany, Austria and Switzerland, supporting the regional sales managers in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) South and will be based out of Austria.
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