Reval Hires John Keeton to Lead Professional Services Team in APAC

Sydney, 6 March 2013 – Reval, a leading global provider of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solutions for  Treasury and Risk Management (TRM), announced today that John Keeton has joined the company as Vice President, Professional Services APAC, tasked with leading a superior global professional services team in the Asia Pacific region. Keeton brings 20 years’ experience in client-facing roles and leadership in the treasury technology industry.

“Reval is building a centre of service excellence for our clients in the Asia Pacific region,” says Patrick Cannon, Executive Vice President, Client Services at Reval. “John brings extensive experience in building and leading professional services teams and deep working knowledge within the region. He will be an asset to the global team and to Reval’s clients.”

“I am thrilled to join an organisation that is not only passionate about developing and providing best-practice SaaS TRM solutions, but which also sets high standards for exceeding clients’ expectations in provider services,” says Keeton. “I look forward to contributing to the global services organisation as Reval continues to set the benchmark for services delivery in the industry.”

Keeton joins Reval from Veda, Asia Pacific’s leading provider of consumer and commercial data intelligence and insights, where he was tasked with building their professional services team from the ground up. Prior to joining Veda, Keeton worked 14 years at Sungard in various client-facing roles, most recently as Professional Services Director with a focus across product lines for corporations and regional banks in Australia and New Zealand. He began his career as a treasury accountant with UK Post Office Treasury, Chesterfield. John holds a Business and Finance degree from Huddersfield University and is a member of the Chartered Association of Certified Accountants (ACCA).

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Reval is a global SaaS provider for Treasury and Risk Management, helping enterprises better manage cash, liquidity and financial risk, and account for and report on complex financial instruments and hedging activities.

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