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Oberthur names Roswell Wolff MD, Asia card business

22 July 2009  |  2859 views  |  0 Source: Oberthur Technologies

Oberthur Technologies, a world leader in smart card technologies, has appointed Roswell Wolff as Managing Director Asia for the Card Systems Division.

Roswell, an American citizen, has over 23 years experience, including 10 years in Asia, in the telecommunications, finance, IT and software services industries. He previously held the position of Vice President Global Accounts at Atos Origin where he was responsible for the management of key accounts in the Financial Services sector. In 1999 he joined the company (formally LHS & Sema Plc), first moving to Kuala Lumpur Malaysia, to head telecommunications sales and marketing for Asia. He spent 3 years in Japan with responsibility for Managed Operations and Payment Services clients in Japan, Korea and Greater China. Previously Mr. Wolff worked for over 12 years in Europe with Convergys and the software consulting division of Verizon.

Roswell holds a BA in international business and Russian studies from the University of Pennsylvania.

He will be based in Singapore and report to Xavier Drilhon, Managing Director of the Card Systems Division.

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