Mark Hepsworth Named CEO of Asset Control

Former Interactive Data executive joins data management services provider

Mark Hepsworth, CEO, Asset Control

Hepsworth will be responsible for Asset Control's vision for data management, including new FRTB products.

Asset Control has announced the appointment of Mark Hepsworth as CEO with immediate effect.

Hepsworth brings experience in product innovation and business development with providers of financial data, application software and services.

Prior to joining Asset Control, Hepsworth served at Interactive Data Corporation (IDC) as president for Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA), and was a member of the company's executive leadership team. Previously at IDC, he led the company's core pricing and reference data business starting in 2008.

After beginning his career in financial services at ACT Financial Systems (now part of Misys), Hepsworth later joined Standard & Poor's Comstock as managing director for EMEA, a role he held until the business was acquired by IDC in 2003.

Based at Asset Control's City of London headquarters, Hepsworth's appointment follows recent announcements by the firm of new products aimed at helping banks meet the new regulatory exposure reporting standards known as the Fundamental Review of the Trading Book.

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