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Guernsey-based Fintech firm announces two strategic hires

Guernsey-based Fintech firm announces two strategic hires

Monday 14 June 2021

Guernsey-based Fintech firm announces two strategic hires


Fusion Acusoft has welcomed two strategic hires to its team in Guernsey.

Sarah Rolph and Alex Evans join the growing Fintech firm to strengthen the delivery of customer services and leading-edge software products for the Trust, Fund and Pension sectors.

Ms Ralph brings a wealth of experience from her time in financial services, where she worked in a variety of roles from Operations to Marketing and Regulation.

“I enjoy meeting clients, so it is great to get out on site and see people face to face. Communication is a huge part of my role”, she said. 

Alex Evans, a developer, joined the Fintech firm in January. 

“Alex has been heavily involved in the development and launch of our new Jersey Registry API Tool, in addition to bringing new technologies into our core administration applications," said Managing Director Alan Rowe.

"He is a key appointment for us as we implement web-based technologies that meet client demand. Alex enjoys seeing his work translate into rapid product deployment to our clients, and this is precisely the direction we want the business to take."

Mr Evans said: "“It's been really exciting to get involved in launching our new product Jersey Registry API tool.

“It’s a great environment to work in and there’s a real buzz about where we can take our products in the future, I’m delighted to be a part of the team."

Pictured top: Fusion Acusoft Managing Director Alan Rowe. 

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