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Marc Mathenz of Fiserv Named Financial Technology Executive of the Year at SBR Management Excellence Awards 2018

Fiserv has experienced an impressive transformation in Asia Pacific under Marc Mathenz's leadership.

For converting the business into one that has grown profitably 20% each year for the last two years, Marc Mathenz, SVP and managing director for Fiserv, was recognized as the Financial Technology Executive of the Year at the SBR Management Excellence Awards 2018.

Fiserv is a leading global provider of financial services technology solutions with over 24,000 associates in more than 80 countries worldwide, including 6,000 associates in Asia Pacific (APAC) and offices in Singapore and Sydney. The company supports clients in 16 countries across the region, including some of the largest banks in Australia, Thailand, and Indonesia.

Fiserv has realized tremendous growth in Asia Pacific under Mathenz's leadership. With the goal of transforming Fiserv into one of the leading digital banking and risk and compliance technology providers in the region, Mathenz, together with his leadership team, capitalised on the company’s deep financial industry expertise to expand its role as a service provider and trusted financial services technology advisor. Growing the managed services team from an initial headcount of five to 140 today, he has led Fiserv to become a top performer in client service, achieving 90% satisfaction in the region’s client survey results. 

The Singapore Business Review Management Excellence Awards was held on November 22, 2018 at the Conrad Centennial Singapore. The award honours the country's most outstanding business leaders, including trailblazing individuals and teams whose initiatives have brought tangible business gains for their company's operations.

The 2018 nominees were judged by a panel consisting of Henry Tan, Managing Director at NEXIA TS; David Chew, Executive Director, Risk Advisory Deloitte Southeast Asia; Lim Wei Wei, Partner, Practice Leader, Governance, and Risk at Baker Tilly TFW; Pardeep Singh Khosa, Director of Dispute Resolution at Drew & Napier; and Yang Eu Jin, Partner and Co Head of Capital Markets Practice at RHTLaw Taylor Wessing LLP.

If you would like to join the 2019 awards and be awarded as one of the most outstanding management executives of Singapore, please email julie@charltonmediamail.com.

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