Vincent Acors Joins Bolero International from MonetaGo as new Trade Finance Director for APAC.
- Trading Systems , Cloud , People Moves
- 08.06.2021 11:45 am
Bolero International, the leading cloud-based trade finance digitisation experts announce the appointment of Vincent Acors as their new Trade Finance director for the Asia-Pacific region.
Based out of Bolero’s Singapore office, Vincent will be responsible for business operations and Bolero’s growth strategy to build on the company’s growing presence in the region.
Vincent joins Bolero from MonetaGo, financial technology solutions provider where he was the Head of Business Development for APAC.
Prior to Bolero, Vincent amassed 27 years of experience in emerging technologies globally, with extensive knowledge of telecoms-based SaaS platforms and significant relationships with Banks, NBFI’s, governments and corporates in the region. His wealth of experience will enable him to fit seamlessly into the team.
Vince said “It’s a great time to join Bolero. The technology is innovative and relevant on a global scale. The last 17 months have proven that digitisation is essential. I’m looking forward to maximising the opportunity whilst maintaining Bolero’s position as No.1 and best practice for banks and corporates in Asia.”
Andrew Raymond, CEO of Bolero said: “It’s great to have Vincent join the Bolero family. His appointment comes at an exciting time for the company as we continue to grow in the region. And with the recent shift towards trade finance digitisation in the region, this creates tremendous opportunity for us.”
Raymond added “ We continue to be a magnet for highly talented individuals and Vincent will ensure we realise the strong potential we see in the region and bring more value to our customers.”
Following the release of Bolero’s innovated trade portal-as-a-service solution Galileo TPaaS for Banks solution earlier this year, the product has generated enormous waves of enquiries across the region from large international banks to multi-lateral organisations and new virtual banks.