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DSTi Boosts Asian Sales Team

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DST International (DSTi) has made additions to its Asian sales team. Ian Baldwyn joins DSTi as general manager for South Asia, based in Singapore. Baldwyn was previously at Bloomberg and before that at Odyssey Asset Management Systems. Additionally, Fran Thompson has been named business development manager for Asia. Thompson joins DSTi from Thomson Asia, where she was product director for the Investment Management group.

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