FinLab Beefs Up Presence In U.K., Spain

Oct 28 2009 | 3:14pm ET

Financial software firm FinLab SA is expanding its footprint in the United Kingdom and Spain with the appointment of Stephan Sanner as sales director.

FinLab will focus Sanner’s efforts on hedge funds, fund of funds, family offices, pension funds, banks and insurance companies throughout the U.K. and Spain. Additionally, Sanner will forge relationships with consultants and professional organizations servicing the hedge fund and traditional investment arenas.

“We are delighted to welcome Stephan to the FinLab team,” states Denis de Pentheny O‟Kelly, FinLab’s CEO.

Sanner brings over 15 years of direct sales experience to FinLab including assignments with Bloomberg LP, Pertrac Financial Services and Riskdata.

“FinLab offers a best-in-class platform for hedge fund analysis, due diligence and portfolio shadow accounting and I am very excited to join the organization,” says Sanner. “Serving a vast customer base and many of the largest financial institutions in the world, FinLab continues to capture market share and I look forward to propelling this trend.”

FinLab is a software solutions company that develops, distributes and supports one of the world’s most advanced systems for fund investment research, analysis and asset allocation for both alternative and traditional funds.

The company’s product suite, PackHedge, is an integrated software solution for investment data management, research, due diligence, analysis, asset allocation modeling, portfolio management, fund of funds shadow accounting, liquidity analysis, and custom report publishing.


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