Eze Software Appoints Laura Ryan as Head of Sales for Asia-Pacific

Mrs Ryan will help the company to expand its operations in the Asia Pacific region

Eze Software, a leading investment technology service provider, has announced that it has appointed Laura Ryan as Head of Sales for Asia-Pacific. This is a move aimed at expanding the presence of the company in this region and gain additional clients.

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Prior to this, Ryan was overseeing the sales division the South East Asia and Australia unit of the company. In her new position, she will add to her responsibilities the Hong Kong division. Her role will be to lead and manage the sales efforts across Asia Pacific and respond to client demands.

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Laura Ryan

Ryan joined the company as a salesperson in January 2012 and over the last 5 years, she has made it into the senior management position of leading the South East Asia sales division. Before joining Eze Software, Ryan has worked as Director of Tora Trading Services in Singapore, according to her Linkedin Profile.

R.G. Manalac, Managing Director, Asia Pacific, commented on the company’s regional expansion plans: “Since the beginning of 2016, Eze Software has seen strong growth in APAC. As the region continues to develop, there is a pressing need among Asia and Australasia asset managers for a streamlined, integrated solution for managing investment workflows. I’m thrilled to have Laura leading the unified effort to fuel our rapid growth in the region.”

Eze Software provides investment management software solutions to over 2500 buy- and sell-side institutions in over 45 countries. The company is very bullish on the growth prospects in the Asia Pacific region and has added over 38 new clients since 2016. Ranging from small fund managers with a few million dollars in AUM to institutional clients with several billion dollars in AUM, the client base in the region is set to continue growing.


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