DST International Hires New Chief Executive Officer
- 15 February, 2007 17:00
<p>Sydney, 14 February 2007 - Tom Abraham will join DST International (DSTi) as chief executive officer (CEO) in spring 2007. DSTi is a leader in providing business solutions for the financial services industry.</p>
<p>Abraham’s 30 years of experience within the investment management industry include senior-level positions with Citigroup, Deutsche Bank and Accenture. Most recently, he directed the strategic solutions – global transaction services division at Citibank Corporate and Investment Bank in London.</p>
<p>“Tom Abraham brings a unique set of international investment management experience to an already strong management team,” said Tom McDonnell, president and CEO of DST Systems, Inc., DSTi’s U.S.-based parent company. “DSTi is an important component of DST Systems’ international strategy, and we are excited to have Tom in this role.”</p>
<p>Abraham will replace Mike Winn, who will retire after 15 years with the organization. Winn will oversee the transition and take on the role of non-executive chairman.</p>
<p>In addition to this management change, Steve Edkins has been promoted from DSTi’s chief operating officer to deputy CEO.</p>
<p>About DST International (DSTi)
With 19 offices and over 1500 professionals to support its growing client base, DST International provides a unique and comprehensive range of investment management and business process management software solutions and related services to 700 clients in 55 countries.
<p>About DST Systems, Inc.
Our parent company, DST Systems, provides sophisticated information processing and computer software services and products that help clients improve productivity, increase efficiencies, and provide higher levels of customer service. DST is organised into two operating segments: Financial Services, and Output Solutions. DST operates one of the most advanced data centres in the world, which provides information-processing services to support the products within each operating segment. These products are further enhanced through the integration of DST’s advanced technology and e-commerce solutions.</p>
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