eClerx appoints Alan Paris to grow financial services business

Source: eClerx

eClerx, a leading knowledge and business process outsourcing firm to the global financial services industry, today announced the appointment of Alan Paris as Principal in the New York office.

In this newly-created role, Paris will manage financial services accounts and act as Global Consulting Lead. Paris will focus on growing new and existing accounts for the firm, while providing on-shore consulting services.

Reporting directly to eClerx Co-Founder and Director Anjan Malik, Paris brings more than 25 years of experience in global financial markets to the firm. Paris will work with the eClerx global client relationship and service delivery teams to expand the firm's current products and services to meet the industry's growing outsourcing needs for operations, finance, regulatory reporting and reference data management.

"Alan has had notable roles managing global projects and accounts, offering eClerx a wealth of knowledge and best practices for our business," Malik said. "Having worked in both investment banking and management consulting, he understands the client's needs from both sides of the desk. We are thrilled to welcome Alan and I am confident in his ability to work with our team to deliver global services to our clients across the financial industry."

"I am delighted to be joining the firm during such a crucial time in the evolution of the financial marketplace," Paris said. "eClerx offers excellent services and is truly an innovative company. I look forward to building new business and expanding our global footprint with both buy and sell-side institutions."

Prior to joining eClerx, Paris was Executive Director at Ernst & Young, where he led the Capital Markets Technology and Operations Transformation team. During his four years at the company, Paris focused on enhancing the firm's accounts and worked with businesses across the various sectors of the industry. Additionally, he has held senior-level positions at PricewaterhouseCoopers, BearingPoint, Deutsche Bank and Bankers Trust Company. Paris earned his Bachelor's from Vassar College.

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