Fenergo, the leading provider of Client Lifecycle Management (CLM) solutions to Banks and Asset Managers, today announced the creation of a new team dedicated to further developing and fostering its partner ecosystem.
The new global alliances team will be led by Julian Clarke and reports directly to Greg Watson, Fenergo’s Global Head of Sales. Clarke is an industry veteran with more than 20 years of experience in financial technology, including his tenure leading teams in consulting, sales and marketing at Capgemini and Groupe Steria.
Fenergo is building on its’ pre-existing strategic partnerships with leading solutions, data and services providers. The focus of this new team will be to leverage those relationships and build new alliances through an applied structure. The expansion of the partnership and alliances team is aligned with Fenergo’s corporate goals and objectives which include improved client experience, reduced operational risk and optimized process and transparency. As the leading provider of CLM solutions and services, Fenergo is uniquely positioned to better connect market systems, practitioners and players to deliver end-to-end Client Lifecycle Management.
Commenting on the new team and Julian’s hire, Greg Watson, Global Head of Sales, stated, “Fenergo’s new partnership and alliances team is a logical next step in our expansion program. A team exclusively dedicated to our partners will help as we continue to scale and also provide additional third-party features to our client community. In turn, we see mutual benefit for our partners in aligning with the industry leader in CLM.”
Julian Clarke, Global Head of Partner & Alliances added, “The industry is adopting new technologies to address increasingly challenging onboarding and regulatory compliance issues, and Fenergo is pioneering the way to an open and interconnected regulatory landscape. Fenergo has several exceptional partnerships in place already and I look forward to expanding our reach even further for the benefit of mutual clients and market players.”