Asset Control Secures Mark Hepsworth as its CEO from Interactive Data

After thirteen years at Interactive Data, Hepsworth lands at Asset Control as its newest CEO.

Asset Control, a provider of financial and enterprise data management (EDM) solutions for the fintech industry, has tapped Mark Hepsworth as its newest CEO with immediate effect, per a company statement.

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Mr. Hepsworth steps into his new leadership role at Asset Control, and will be based out of the group’s London headquarters. His appointment follows on the heels of several new product launches, which have targeted banks and regulatory reporting standards. In his new role he will have a mandate to lead and foster Asset Control’s overall company strategy.

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Mr. Hepsworth joins Asset Control from Interactive Data Corporation, having worked as its President of the Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) region – in this capacity he also was on the group’s executive leadership team. He originally joined Interactive Data back in 2003, eventually holding multiple senior level roles over his time with the company.

MHThis included stints as its Managing Director (EMEA), President Real Time Services, and President Pricing & Reference Data. Additional stops also include a position as Standard & Poor’s Managing Director of EMEA, dating back to 1995, according to information made public on his Linkedin profile.

According to Mr. Hepsworth in a recent statement on the appointment: “I am delighted to be joining Asset Control as CEO. Asset Control has been at the heart of financial data management for 25 years and has grown to serve an impressive community of clients drawn from the world’s leading financial institutions. I look forward to working with our customers and the talented team of industry experts at Asset Control.”

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