Asset Control has appointed two new executives to its senior management team. Peter Bennfors joins the company from his role as operations director with the treasury and capital markets group at Misys as chief financial officer, and Rich Katsoff joins from IBM, where he was associate partner within the business consulting/financial markets group, in a newly created role as head of services. The appointments follow a majority investment in Asset Control by Fidelity Ventures in April 2007 (Reference Data Review, April 2007), and mark the first step towards expanding the company’s senior management team in order to scale the business and drive accelerated growth.
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Asset Control Appoints Misys’ Bennfors CFO; IBM’s Katsoff Head of Services
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