UK - Nordic Financial Systems (NFS) has appointed Jeroen van Gelderen as a senior business manager serving its European customer base.
Van Gelderen joins from Zanders and Partners, where he was working on projects with banks, pension funds, state treasuries and corporates in Germany, Luxembourg, Slovakia and the Netherlands.
Commenting on the appointment, Annica Lind, hr director of NFS, said:
Jeroen is an acknowledged industry expert and we are delighted to welcome him to the NFS team.
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