Asset Control appoints Franck Peltier MD, Apac

Source: Asset Control

Asset Control has appointed Franck Peltier as Managing Director, Apac, where he will be responsible for the continued, successful expansion of the organization as it maintains its impressive international growth.

Mr Peltier's appointment underpins Asset Control's commitment to its expanding APAC client base and is recognition of the growing need for financial institutions in the region to implement dynamic data management platforms and processes.

Mr Peltier brings a wealth of experience of both the APAC investment banking sector and asset management technology, having spent nearly 18 years based in Hong Kong with SunGard and GL Trade, selling IT solutions to the financial sector. Encompassing the roles of Asian COO and CEO, he managed a sizable group of people including sales, services and operations.

Commenting on his appointment, Mr Peltier, says: "I am very excited to have the chance to help drive Asset Control's growth and success in APAC. There is a significant opportunity for a robust technology solution that can help financial institutions achieve good financial data management. Asset Control has that proven solution; the experience of delivering success for its clients on an international level; and an ethos of working in partnership with its clients to help them achieve their business objectives."

In addition to appointing Mr Peltier as Managing Director, Asset Control is also consolidating its regional Asian offices into Singapore to provide optimum levels of customer service to its growing client base.

Richard Petti, CEO, Asset Control, concludes: "I am delighted Franck is joining Asset Control. He brings a depth of experience and understanding of sales and customer services in APAC, plus a proven ability to deliver a regional strategy for market growth and customer satisfaction. This is a major appointment for us and one that will lead to the growth of our organization in APAC and signals our intention to increase our commitment to support our customers in the region." 

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