Xenomorph, the analytics and data management solutions provider to global financial institutions, continues its business expansion in Asia-Pacific with the opening of a Singapore subsidiary.
David Winson will head up Xenomorph’s regional operation as director of Xenomorph Singapore. Winson has over 17 years’ experience in financial markets and IT, having worked for leading asset managers such as World Asset Management, Rothschild and Insight, before joining Xenomorph in 2005 to assist clients with the implementation of Xenomorph’s TimeScape solution.
“Having a local presence in Singapore is a natural step for Xenomorph as it enables us to support our existing clients more closely and to better satisfy their demands for round-the-clock support. It comes at a time when we have been receiving strong interest from major Asian institutions,” said Winson.
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