DST International has appointed Paul Stallard as global marketing director. He was previously sales and marketing director at Fyshe Group. Stallard, whose appointment follows that of Ian Hunt, DSTi’s new head of global product strategy, will be responsible for global branding, product positioning and for managing DSTi’s global marketing. Meanwhile, DST International has made six new hires in its European sales and support team for wealth and risk management. They are: Carl Lauer, European sales executive, formerly business development manager at COR Risk Services; Paul Lawrence, pre-sales support, HiRisk, also formerly of Cor; Tim McGowen, HiPortfolio sales executive, formerly of Thomson Financial; Katherine Darbyshire, HiBPM account manager, formerly of Financial Objects; Sharon Stroud, pre-sales, formerly at National Farmer’s Union Mutual; and James Meadows, pre-sales, formerly of Misys.
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