Bisys Alternative Investment Services today announced that Richard Tempany, vice president of relationship management, has joined the growing business and product development team in the London office.
The client relationship manager role is a critical component of BISYS' strategy to meet the complex challenges and needs of its clients. Tempany will be responsible for ensuring the services BISYS delivers are aligned with the business goals of its clients.
With over 16 years in the financial services industry, Tempany has extensive experience managing national, European and global client relationships. He has worked with F&C Investments, Prolific Asset Management and INVESCO in the United Kingdom and with Pioneer Investments in Dublin. In 2003, Tempany left Pioneer to open his own consulting firm to provide corporate and technical solutions to blue chip companies.
"We are thrilled to have someone of Richard's caliber on our team," said Mark Suter, senior vice president of relationship management. "Richard has the experience, knowledge and expertise to deliver the quality service to which our clients are accustomed. As our client base grows in Europe, we look forward to Richard's strong relationship management skills providing solutions that meet the emerging challenges of our clients."
"I'm excited to have the opportunity to work in such a dynamic and growing organization," said Tempany. "I look forward to working closely with the clients to understand their needs and concerns in order to ensure the best quality service."
Karen Tyrrell, managing director of BISYS Hedge Fund Services - Europe, added, "We are confident that Richard will be an asset to our team. He has the experience and knowledge as well as the drive to deliver the best service to our clients. I'm excited to have Richard on board and look forward to working with him."
Tempany is a graduate of University College Dublin (UCD) and earned a post graduate degree from the College of Commerce, Dublin. He will be based in BISYS' London office located at 43 Dover Street, Mayfair, London.