02 September 2015

Mark Loader to head ITRS sales across Asia

19 July 2012  |  1333 views  |  0 Source: ITRS

The leading global provider of specialist Application Performance Monitoring (APM) technology to the world's financial community, ITRS Group Ltd, has appointed Mark Loader as Head of Sales for the Asia-Pacific region.

Based in Hong Kong, Loader joins ITRS from Thomson Reuters, where he was the Global Head of Quantitative Analytics and Datafeeds. He was responsible for all aspects of the business, including legacy systems and new product development. Previous responsibilities with Thomson Reuters included senior positions in their Asia sales team, (also based in Hong Kong).

On joining ITRS, Loader commented "I have been aware of ITRS for a number of years and have been impressed by their rate of growth, top-tier client list and the product development strategy. ITRS is clearly number one in the specialist area of Application and Trade Performance Monitoring and management. My many years' experience in the Asia-Pacific financial markets and knowledge of the sophisticated technologies in the region will help me to further extend ITRS's presence in the region. The Geneos product set provides critical services to the world's leading financial institutions, helping to manage risks, providing visibility of key systems to financial institutions, which are thought by many to be the next 'big thing'."

Kevin Covington, CEO of ITRS, said, "I'm very pleased to welcome Mark to our team. His experience in the financial markets across Asia-Pacific is a real asset and will be extremely valuable to ITRS. We are seeing significant expansion within the financial markets in Asia-Pacific and Mark joining to head our sales in the region is great timing."

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