DST International (DSTi) says it has hired more sales people in Asia.
Ian Baldwyn joins DSTi as general manager for South Asia. Though based in Singapore, his responsibilities will also include Malaysia, Indonesia, India, Sri Lanka and Brunei. He comes from Bloomberg, where he was the regional sales manager, based in Singapore. Before that, Baldwyn was the project director for Odyssey Asset Management Systems.
Fran Thompson joins DSTi as business development manager for Asia. She comes from Thomson Asia, where she was the product director for the Investment Management group. Prior to that she was the general manager of Thomson Financial First Call Asia and before that she was the regional sales manager for First Call.
Made Artha joins DSTi as sales executive in Indonesia. Artha comes from Deutsche Bank where he was responsible for implementing their e-Commerce global strategy in Indonesia. Prior to Deutsche Bank, Artha worked for PT Reuters Services Indonesia (Reuters Ltd) where he managed the overall activity in sales for Enterprise Solution.
“This is an exciting time for DSTi in Asia,” says Rhonda Lepsch, DSTi’s Asian CEO. “We are experiencing significant growth in both our client base and staff. The quality of our products and the successes we have enjoyed over the years have made DSTi an attractive place to work and are delighted with the high calibre of professionals we now have on our staff. We now have extensive coverage in the Asia region with offices in Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, Hong Kong and Shanghai. As evidenced in our latest hiring of Ian Baldwyn, Fran Thompson and Made Artha, DSTi is able to attract the very best in the market. It’s because we have the very best of the best, that we are able to maintain our position as the leading provider of solutions for the investment management industry.”