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Bravura appoints new APAC MD

By Yasmine Masi23 February 2022

Financial software provider, Bravura Solutions Limited, has announced the promotion of Paul Dunn to the role of Managing Director for the APAC region.

Previously the Client Relations and Sales Director for APAC, Dunn will now be responsible for enhancing the business in the APAC region across its full suite of products and services and managing any existing or new opportunities in the market.

“It’s a transformational time in the APAC market. We are seeing accelerating demand for our product suite, particularly our Sonata Alta and Digital Advice propositions,” Dunn said about his new role.

“Our private wealth, portfolio administration and microservices solutions further extend our wealth management offering, ensuring Bravura is well positioned to support and respond to local market needs.

“This investment into the extension of our product suite really demonstrates our commitment to broadening our footprint in the region.”

The primary solutions Bravura is looking to scale in the APAC region is its new automated Business Process as a Service (BPaaS) operating model, Sonata Alta, and its enterprise Midwinter Digital Advice solutions.

“It is an exciting time to take on this leadership role and a great privilege to be leading a first-rate team of experts. Our people are the backbone of our business, and a key driver of our continued growth and success to date.”

Nick Parsons, Chief Executive Officer at Bravura and Dunn’s superior, said the regional appointment targets the increasing demand for Bravura’s products in the APAC region.

“Paul’s role will help to ensure the successful delivery of our solutions at a localised level, providing regional autonomy and control to ensure local market alignment.

“It forms part of a wider strategy to deliver exceptional customer experiences and extend our market-leading position within the region,” he said.

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