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Temenos looks for local partnerships to drive future growth in China and Japan
David Arnott, CEO of Temenos, discusses the company’s strategy for growth in Asia.

Mar 08, 2013 | Carol Wheatcroft

In a recent interview with The Asian Banker, David Arnott, chief executive officer of Temenos laid out his strategy to boost company earnings, identifying Asia as a strategically important region. The technology vendor wants to make particular inroads into the Chinese and Japanese markets where the use of partner channels is planned to accelerate growth within these countries. Arnott, who has been in his role for seven months having previously served as CFO since 2001, acknowledged that while other South East Asian countries including Indonesia, Philippines, Malaysia, and Vietnam are…

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Categories: China, Core Banking, Japan, Technology & Operations
Keywords: Temenos, David Arnott, Bank of Shanghai, ICBC, Bank of China, Sumitomo Mitsui Bank
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