SWEDEN - Nordic Financial Systems (NFS), the software solutions provider, has hired Eva Andersson as director, consultants and account management.
Andersson joins NFS from ABB Treasury where she was IT director for six years. She also held positions at Skanska , Swedish Export Credit and Stadshypotek.
She will now be responsible for improving the delivery of servicesoffered to NFS' customers as well as the firm’s Treasury Support Center - the outsourcing function for treasury operations.
Magnus Lind, president and chief executive officer, NFS, said: Eva has a wealth of experience that will help NFS improve the solutions and services we offer to our customers. She understands what is required of atreasurer when it comes to treasury systems' support and can offerinvaluable knowledge to our existing and future client base.
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