BSB Attracts Odyssey Co-founder to Strengthen its Executive CommitteeBy Bsb, PRNE
Wednesday, March 16, 2011
LOUVAIN-LA-NEUVE, Belgium, March 17, 2011 - BSB today announced that Didier Vankeerberghen, who co-founded
Odyssey Asset Management Systems, joins BSB to lead its commercial activity
and help the company to grow from a European leadership position towards a
worldwide significance in wealth management and life insurance.
"I am particularly excited by BSB's entrepreneurial spirit,
sustainable growth, technology excellence, and delivery strengths," says
Didier Vankeerberghen, "BSB has developed modern, and user-friendly solutions
allowing different types of clients - including life insurers, wealth
managers, family offices, asset managers, holdings and financial advisors- to
benefit from a large functional coverage with a low TCO" he adds.
"The addition of Didier to our leadership team will
definitively help BSB to grow to another dimension and join the selective
club of global leaders," says Jean Martin, BSB's group chief executive.
Didier Vankeerberghen, 51, brings three decades of experience
to BSB's executive committee. Earlier in his career Didier worked for large
banks and software houses; followed by helping to found Odyssey Asset
Management Systems, where he held several top management roles.
About BSB - www.bsb.com
BSB is a European IT solution provider, founded in 1995 and
employing 340 people with regional offices in Belgium, France, Luxembourg and
BSB provides mission-critical solutions: Soliam (portfolio
management system) and Solife (life insurance policy administration system)
as well as related professional services.
BSB has been quoted on NYSE-Euronext's Alternext since 18th
July 2008. Additional information can be found on the www.bsb.com in
full conformance with stock exchange transparency obligation.
More information about BSB can be found on company's website (www.bsb.com), or, by contacting BSB marketing team at marketing at bsb.com or by phone at +32(0)10-48-97-39
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