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Avaloq names head of APAC business
06/12/2017 , News Team

Global fintech company Avaloq has appointed Christopher Beukers to head up its Asia Pacific business.

Under Mr Beukers’ leadership, Avaloq aims to shape its scalable offering further “in a unified way to take the company to the next level in the Asia Pacific region”. Based on a united market presence bundling the different solutions under one roof, Avaloq is able to provide financial institutions with comprehensive support, regardless of the software delivery model.

“After 10 successful years in the region, it is time for Avaloq to ignite the next growth phase in Asia Pacific. In Chris we have found the right leader who will drive Avaloq’s growth ambition in the region,” said Jürg Hunziker, deputy group chief executive and group chief marketing officer for Avaloq.

“We will benefit from his banking and technology expertise to pool our service offering and provide our customers with even more comprehensive support. I am convinced that Chris will utilise the prime position we are in to tap into the market potential the region offers.”

Before joining Avaloq, Mr Beukers was executive vice president and general manager of the Asia Pacific business group at Pactera Technology International.

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