William Moroney Takes the Helm as President International at Temenosby Fintech News Singapore January 15, 2024
He is joined by the President Americas Philip Barnett who also joins the committee to drive the company’s growth. Moroney and Barnett both report to Temenos’ CEO Andreas Andreades.
William Moroney, previously the Managing Director for Middle East & Africa at Temenos, is set to take on a broader role. His new responsibilities include overseeing the company’s international operations in Europe, the Middle East & Africa, and Asia Pacific, which collectively account for 57% of Temenos’ revenues.
Moroney will also manage the company’s partnerships, aiming to create new revenue streams and expand Temenos’ reach into larger banks.
His track record includes more than 25 years of experience in senior sales and leadership roles in the technology sector. Since joining Temenos in 2020, the company said that he had exceeded business and revenue targets in the Middle East and Africa region.
“I am delighted to take on this role leading our international business and partner organisation.
Amid the current industry disruption, we have a fantastic opportunity to grow our business and bring the benefits of our scalable, cloud-native modern platform to more banks around the world.”
Lee Allcorn will succeed Moroney as the Managing Director for Middle East & Africa. Allcorn joined Temenos in 2020 and has been instrumental in the region’s sales activities.
Philip Barnett, a long-serving member of the Temenos team since 2003, has held various senior positions in the company. His accomplishments include securing significant client engagements in the Americas and driving the company’s strategy in the region.
Barnett’s prior role as President of Strategic Growth involved leveraging global technology partnerships to foster new revenue opportunities.
The company also announced the retirement of Jean-Paul Mergeai from his role as President International Sales. Mergeai after 13 years. He will continue as an advisor to the CEO until June 2024 to ensure a smooth transition.
“I am honoured to join the Executive Committee and continue to collaborate with our Americas’ teams and our partners to deliver greater value to our customers. We have the best customer references in the Americas such as a top 30 US bank, Commerce Bank, Convera and BanCoppel in LATAM to name but a few.
We have a proven modern banking platform which is fully compliant with local regulations, delivering advanced cloud technology to help banks modernise their banking and payments operations. And we will continue our R&D investment and accelerate our 2023 momentum in the Americas.”
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