Netik, a component solutions provider for STP (Straight Through Processing) and T+1 (Trade date plus 1-day settlement) announces a new board member and three new senior additions to their management team.
Jim Fowler joins as managing director, Asia Pacific. Fowler joins Netik from City Networks Limited in London as managing director after three years at Hoskyns Group Limited, Singapore (now Cap Gemini Ernst & Young) as general manager. His prior focus on the provision of banking products and services within the South East Asia market is an excellent background for his new role at Netik.
Kelvin Lee also joins the Netik team in Singapore as regional head of Sales. Lee joins the Netik team from Finesse Alliance International Pte Limited where he was vice president of Commercial Services. His responsibilities included the development of mobile and wireless gateway solutions for financial institutions and telecommunication providers . Prior to that position, he was a senior systems consultant for IBM focusing on systems integration in the financial sector.
Bernard Horn joins the Board as a non-executive director. Bernard brings with him a wealth of experience from The Board of National Westminster Bank Plc. During his tenure, Bernard was CEO of NatWest’s International Business and from 1996 was executive director (Operations & IT) in addition to having responsibility for Risk. He led his group to a number of domestic and international activities and spearheaded an innovative technological solutions approach that resulted in a cost reduction program and a fundamental corporate governance review process.
Additionally, Horn was a member of the NatWest’s Executive Directors Committee and Trustee of the Pension Fund, chairman of the Group’s US Holding Company and a non-executive director of Fleet Bank NA.
Gary Linieres is the new head of Sales for Europe, Middle East, Africa (EMEA). Linieres, formerly a general manager for SunGard epi Paris, focused on the Southern European and Benelux territories. Prior to that, Gary headed up a sales team at Oracle that specialized in risk management.
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