Wolters Kluwer, a Dutch American company specializing in Tax & Accounting, legal risk, and reporting services has revealed the appointment of a new senior-level leadership executive for its APAC unit.
As per the statement released by the firm, it has onboarded Mr. Mourid Nasri to serve as its Co-Head of Sales & Accounting Management for the APAC region effective immediately.
In his new role as joint head of the unit for the Asia-Pacific market region, Mr. Nasri will be serving alongside Mr. Tat Wee Koh from the firm’s office located in Singapore and report directly to Mr. Rainer Fuchsluger – Managing Director for APAC region. The incoming executive is a veteran specializing in Risk Management & Advisory and has been in the financial services sector for nearly twelve years now.
Mourid began his career as an intern for the Equity Derivatives department at Commerzbank AG in March 2008. He then went on to serve as an intern at Schroders later that year having joined the firm’s sales and marketing division. He then joined Deutsche Bank as an Intern for Investment Management unit post which he became a member of the bank’s Equity Derivatives Trading division. He spent a better part of his career serving in Moody’s Analytics has remained a part of the firm for nearly ten whole years.
He joined the firm in September of 2010 as an Associate Product Specialist and slowly climbed his way up in the firm having been promoted four times during his term with the firm. His first promotion was to the role of Solutions Specialist – Credit Risk Models post which he became the associate director for EMEA Sales and Associate Director of Sales – Global Account APAC.
At the time of his resignation from the firm, he had been serving as Director of Sales for SEA having held the role for nearly three and a half years now. Mr. Nasri will now become a part of Wolters Kluwer FRR – a wholly-owned subsidiary of Wolters Kluwer’s GRC division – a leading global player in integrated regulatory compliance and reporting solutions market which has been supporting financial institutions in meeting their regulatory obligations for both external regulators and internal board of director requirements for more than 120 years now.
Commenting on Madrid’s addition to the team, Mr. Fuchsluger said “Our award-winning range of expert solutions across finance, risk and reporting enables banks to transform their operations to meet both regulatory and business requirements. The COVID-19 pandemic is an additional catalyst for the fundamental structural change banks need to address as they prepare for Basel IV reforms. Mourid’s professional experience is well suited to lead the team alongside Tat Wee. And, as this senior hire demonstrates, we are committed to further growing our business in the region, offering clients access to the full range of risk, finance, and regulatory reporting solutions”.