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Asset Control Appoints Daniel Kennedy to Drive APAC Sales

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Cloud-based data management specialist Asset Control has hired Daniel Kennedy as its new Head of Sales for Asia Pacific, based in Singapore and reporting to Head of International Sales Gary Appleby. Kennedy will be responsible for leading the firm’s sales team in the region. He joins from banking software provider FIS, where he acted as VP and Head of Sales, also based in Singapore, leading the commercial team responsible for both buy- and sell-side solutions across Southeast Asia and Australia.

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