Reval hires global treasury industry executive

Jason Torgler joins the corporate solutions provider from Thomson Reuters.

Global corporate financial risk management software-as-a-solution (SaaS) provider Reval has appointed Jason Torgler as vice-president of strategy. Togler joins the company from Thomson Reuters where he was head of sales and account management for more than 11 years, and was responsible for leading the direct sales and account management teams for the corporate treasury unit.

In Asia-Pacific, Torgler is helping develop Reval’s overall strategy for the corporate and financial services end-markets in Australia, Hong Kong, India and New Zealand. He is also responsible for developing Reval’s long-term strategy in the corporate marketplace and go-to-market plans. Torgler is working with Reval’s product, services, sales and marketing teams and a network of resources in all regions to ensure end user requirements are aligned with global corporate strategy.

Torgler will report to Justin Brimfield, the firm’s senior vice-president of corporate development.

A representative from the company said the newly created position was designed to cater for the rapid evolution of the corporate marketplace in Asia. While Reval has a significant presence in the region from a sales, development and service perspective, Torgler’s appointment will add another layer of strategic focus in this market, according to the representative.

“As Reval grows globally and broadens its offering to include cash and liquidity management in addition to its deep functionality in derivative risk management and hedge accounting, it is necessary to have in place a seasoned treasury professional responsible for the company’s corporate treasury strategy,” said a spokesperson from Reval.

“Jason not only understands the needs of the treasury marketplace, but through his success in building Thomson’s treasury business, knows the power of SaaS-delivered solutions,” said Brimfield, in a statement. “His deep experience exemplifies the kind of talent we are committed to investing in as we broaden our offering into the corporate treasury market.”

“I want to go where the market is going,” said Torgler, in a statement. “It is proven that SaaS is the preferred method of delivery, and with Reval’s accomplishments as a SaaS provider over the past 12 years and my experience in the market, I feel the road ahead will be very exciting.”

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