MCC names Frédéric Saunier business development manager

Source: MCC

MCC, a leading provider of financial software and services to the global investment banks, capital markets and corporate institutions has strengthened its new business team.

Frédéric Saunier has been appointed Business Development Manager of MCC.

He was co-founder of Optifinances, a French provider of corporate treasury software, subsequently merged with Diagram, which became one of Europe's leading providers of corporate and banking Back Office solutions, and was bought by Reuters in 2001. Frédéric Saunier was successively head of R&D and head of professional services of Diagram.

In 2002, he became the Product Manager of Kondor Trade Processing (KTP), in charge of its global business development. In 2006, he was appointed Head of Professional Services of Vermeg, the Securities Processing and Fund Management software provider.

Pascal Ravot - Head of Development team at MCC - said: "I'm perfectly delighted to welcome Frederic in our team. Based on our long lasting relation, I am sure that Frederic will bring to MCC his innovation spirit and conviction strength. It is a new step for our company development. That will bring more and more value to our client's base."

Frédéric Saunier said : "I am very pleased to join MCC, and to have the opportunity to contribute to the extension of its product offering, particularly in terms of new components designed to improve the workflow approach and business process management of our clients, and to develop our partnerships in the fields of integration and professional services. I look forward to working closely with the highly talented MCC team to achieve this."

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