Fiserv names Nick Wilde MD, Asia Pacific, Bank Solutions

Source: Fiserv

Fiserv (NASDAQ: FISV), the leading global provider of financial services technology solutions, announced today that Nick Wilde has been named managing director for the Asia-Pacific operations of Bank Solutions, from Fiserv.

In this new position, Wilde is responsible for business development, sales and marketing, operations and building customer relationships for the region.

With more than 15 years of experience building solution-based businesses, Wilde's Asia-Pacific career began at entrepreneurial company PM2 based in Australia, where he served as a commercial manager. His career continued at Xchange, a company that provides customer relationship management solutions, where he was vice president of the Asia Pacific region. In 2003, Wilde joined Carreker as managing director of the division now known as Customer Value Enhancement from Fiserv. In 2007, Carreker was acquired by CheckFree, which was later acquired by Fiserv in December 2007.

"Nick's knowledge of financial services and the Asia-Pacific market will aide considerably in the expansion of Fiserv in Asia-Pacific," said Tony Catalfano, division president, Bank Solutions, Fiserv. "With the relationships he has developed in the region, I am certain that Nick will provide strong, growth-oriented leadership as Fiserv continues to deliver and expand our presence in this area."

Since joining Fiserv Wilde has provided valuable contributions in the Asia-Pacific region. Among other achievements, he was responsible for developing and executing sales, as well as marketing and partnering strategies, for entry into the region with focus on long term relationships with clients and partners. Relocating to Singapore as managing director of Bank Solutions from Fiserv, Wilde will apply this vast experience to lead the division in its continued growth.

The Asia-Pacific location of Bank Solutions is headquartered in Singapore with additional offices in Beijing and Sydney as well as partners in Malaysia and China.

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