RIMES Technologies, the leading provider of managed data services and RegTech solutions for the financial sector, has appointed Ewan Scott to the newly created position of Head of Sales for Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) & Asia Pacific (APAC). In this role, Ewan will be responsible for accelerating sales growth in these two strategic markets across the full range of RIMES’ managed data and regulatory solutions.
Ewan Scott brings more than 15 years’ financial software sales experience to his position at RIMES. Immediately prior to joining the company, Ewan spent eight years at IHS Markit, joining as part of their acquisition of Cadis Software. For the last three years he was the company’s Head of Sales EMEA for its Enterprise Data Management offering. Prior to Cadis, Ewan also held sales and technical roles at CheckFree/Fiserv and Braid/Mercator. During his career, Ewan has gained a wealth of experience in helping global financial sector companies address their data management challenges.
Christian Fauvelais, CEO, RIMES commented: “This new appointment underscores our commitment to businesses in EMEA and APAC. Ewan will play an integral role in assisting customers in these regions adapt to a fast-changing regulatory environment, while helping them efficiently and effectively integrate financial data at scale into their operations. We look forward to working with Ewan to help our customers turn their data management functions into a competitive differentiator.”
Ewan Scott commented: “RIMES has established itself as an innovation leader in managed data services and RegTech solutions. It’s a hugely exciting company to be working for during the current period of rapid change in the financial sector and I relish the opportunity to help RIMES further its successes in EMEA and APAC.”
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