Financial Objects adds Measham and Randall to wealth management team

Source: Financial Objects

Financial Objects, an international supplier of software solutions for the banking, wealth management and energy sectors, (AIM: FIO), today announced that it has appointed Mark Measham as operations director and Brent Randall as business strategy director of its wealth management division.

These appointments are further evidence of Financial Objects' ongoing investment in this sector.

Over the last two years, Financial Objects' wealth management team has achieved significant growth and success in the market. Recent contract wins include Concorde Bank, Sand Aire and Hansabank. This momentum is set to continue in 2008 and Financial Objects is planning to announce further wealth management customer wins in the coming months.

In his role as operations director, Mark Measham is responsible for the smooth running of all operational processes, from project delivery and customer support to ongoing software development. Measham heads Financial Objects' wealth management professional services team as well as all support and development staff, and is tasked with ensuring the highest standards of operational performance and customer service for the division. Measham has ten years of project management experience and previously worked as a development director at financial services provider Charles Schwab Europe, where he was leading large scale systems implementation and change management programmes.

Formerly an associate director with global financial software company DST International, Brent Randall brings a great deal of experience and in depth understanding of the asset management software business to Financial Objects. His role is to help define the ongoing priorities for new product functionality, identify opportunities in new geographies and market segments, and work with existing clients to ensure continued growth for the wealth management division.

"Both Mark and Brent are highly experienced in their respective fields and in delivering these services to the global investment market," said Gary Linieres, managing director of the wealth management division, Financial Objects. "I expect that 2008 is going to be a successful year in terms of growth for our industry and we intend to be central in this transition by ensuring that our solutions continue to meet the specific business needs of our customers."

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