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WealthCraft hires James He to head Beijing office

05 July 2007  |  1532 views  |  0 Source: WealthCraft

WealthCraft Systems Inc. (OTCBB:WCSY), a leading IT solution provider for financial institutions, has appointed a leader to manage its newly-opened Beijing office.

Mr. James He, Senior Vice President of Sales & Marketing for WealthCraft, is responsible for growing WealthCraft's China business and driving the future direction of the company's biggest market.

"We are glad to have Mr. He on board and welcome him to the team," WealthCraft CEO, Mr. Kelly J. Tallas said. "When we were looking for someone to spearhead our business development initiatives in China, we chose James, an industry veteran who clearly knew the intricacies and challenges of the local market, and has a thorough understanding of global financial markets systems."

He continued, "Mr. He, with his in-depth knowledge of the China financial market and global multinational company experience, is the right fit for us. He will be valuable in helping us grow market share in China. Though he has a challenging task ahead of him, we are confident that Mr. He has the capability to help expand our footprint in China."

Mr. He explained, "As China's financial regulators push ahead with financial reforms, China presents more opportunities for the wealth management industry. In no other area has the need for customer relations management been so pressing."

"This is where I see solutions from WealthCraft can make a difference. I am honoured to be a part of the team amidst China's changing financial landscape, as the WealthCraft value proposition has a chance to resonate across the industry," Mr. He added.

Before joining WealthCraft, Mr. He held senior position at Fiserv, helping the Fortune 500 company sell banking systems in China. He has also worked at Business Objects, Oracle, Sun Microsystems and the Beijing Commodity Exchange.

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