Financial Objects names John McKee divisional director, banking
17 October 2007 | 3846 views | 0
Source: Financial Objects
Financial Objects, a leading provider of advanced technology solutions for banking, wealth management and energy, today announced that it has appointed John McKee as divisional director of its Banking division.
McKee will be responsible for the strategic direction and leadership of the division, which accounts for nearly half of the company's turnover.
With more than 75 customers using its banking solutions, McKee's role at Financial Objects will be to retain and grow the existing customer base as well as driving growth from new business. He will head up the three major product lines in this division: the ibis s2 wholesale banking system; the activebank Retail banking system; and radar, the company's operational risk management system.
"Financial Objects is a pioneering company with comprehensive offerings for both retail and wholesale financial institutions," said John McKee, new divisional director, Banking at Financial Objects. "My extensive experience means I can bring market, technical and sales expertise to the company and further develop what is already an extremely prosperous business."
Prior to joining Financial Objects, McKee was UK sales director for the financial services operations at CSC Computer Sciences. He first joined CSC in 2002 as business development director, where he was responsible for sales management in the UK business development team. McKee assumed sales leadership of opportunities worth more than 50 million US dollars.
Previously McKee held a number of business management roles for three years, where he worked in the USA with start up companies e2e Connect and Kedestra and in the UK with AFA Systems, and CWB Systems and Services. During this time he further developed his experience in new technology start ups, IT consultancy and business development, as well as hosted and managed services.
Before this, McKee worked in several management and sales oriented roles for technology companies that include Oracle, Informix, Sybase, Continuum, Unisys and Data Logic. He started his career in the Royal Air Force.