FRSGlobal, a provider of risk and regulatory reporting solutions, has appointed Stephen Leel as vice president of global delivery.
Leel’s role is to lead the company’s global service operations with a focus on ensuring quality and consistency of delivery to its customers worldwide, while overseeing the development of the regional professional services teams in response to business growth. He reports to chief executive officer (CEO) Steve Husk and will be based in FRSGlobal’s London office.
Leel has over 20 years of experience from various organisations, including start-up operations to global conglomerates in the financial services, telecom and IT sectors. He joins FRSGlobal after a series of senior management roles working with companies including COLT telecom, Datasynapse, Calypso and Société Générale.
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