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Financial Objects hires Tara Field as manager, partner sales

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Financial Objects, a leading supplier of advanced technology banking software and services, has announced the appointment of Tara Field as Manager for Partner Sales.

Based in Financial Objects' London headquarters, Tara heads up the partner programme for the company's activebank product. This appointment underscores Financial Objects commitment to breaking into new markets and strengthening its position in existing ones.

Tara has more than 8 years experience working in sales and partner management in the knowledge management and financial services technology sectors. She joins Financial Objects from Lynx Wealth Management a provider of financial software and services based in Southampton where she worked as a Sales Consultant.

Peter Watts, Sales and Marketing Director, Financial Objects, says "I'm pleased Tara has joined the team here at Financial Objects. After previously working with her at ABSL she will be a great asset to the company and I look forward to working with her again to develop our sales and partner programme."

Tara Field comments "I am extremely excited to be joining Financial Objects at such a crucial time in the development of the global partner programme. I welcome the opportunity to work with a new generation banking product and I am looking forward to recruiting more partners to work with us. activebank has a lot to offer the retail, wholesale and micro-lending banking community."

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