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Wey Technology appoints Giuseppe Zaccaria to head new Apac HQ

18 October 2010  |  2227 views  |  0 Source: Wey Technology

Wey Technology, a specialist provider of integrated trading floor and control centre solutions, today announced the opening of its new Asia Pacific headquarters in Singapore and the appointment of Giuseppe Zaccaria as managing director and head of Wey Technology Asia Pacific.

At the opening, WEY Technology also unveiled two new solutions for the trading floor: WEY oneDesk, which makes complex desktop environments in the trading room more user-friendly and efficient; and WEY IP Remote, which simplifies the integration of remote solutions into an existing infrastructure.

As head of WEY's new Asian Pacific headquarters in Singapore, Mr Zaccaria will be responsible for managing WEY's operations in nine countries, including Taiwan, Japan and Australia, and strategic partnerships in key markets such as China.

Mr Zaccaria moves to Singapore from WEY's head office in Switzerland, where he headed up sales for Italy. He brings over 25 years of experience in market data and trading room solutions having begun his career at Thomson Reuters - rising through the ranks to the role of business manager for Southeastern Europe. He also spent several years at Sun Microsystems in the role of managing director for the Middle East and North Africa, before joining WEY in 2009.

Armin Klinger, CEO, WEY Technology said: "As one of the world's largest trading centres, Singapore is the ideal location for our APAC headquarters. We are already seeing strong business growth in Asia and anticipate further expansion over the next 12 months. Appointing Giuseppe Zaccaria to head our activities in APAC demonstrates our long-term commitment to further grow our business and provide outstanding service to our clients, both directly and through strategic partnerships."

Giuseppe Zaccaria, managing director and head of WEY Technology Asia Pacific added: "At the recent opening of our Singapore headquarters we showcased our latest technology to clients and prospects, inviting them to experience the latest innovations for themselves. We look forward to collaborating closely with financial services firms across the region to deliver further innovation to the trader workspace resulting in a more efficient and ergonomic trading room environment."

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