September 26, 2020

Wolters Kluwer hires VP of sales and business development for China


Wolters Kluwer’s Finance, Risk & Regulatory Reporting (FRR) business has hired Benjamin Jing as Vice President of Sales and Business Development for its operations in China.

Jing has 30 years of experience in leading business transformation and growth at various international and local teams in the country. Previously, he worked for Vanda Group (part of PCCW Solutions), as Assistant Vice President in charge of more than 100 staff in its Financial Services unit. He has also held a number of leadership positions in his career at Oracle, IBM, Infosys, Teradata, also working at local and global banks as well as insurance firms.

“Given his experience in successfully leading organizations, I am delighted that Benjamin is going to lead our business development, and sales at this important time, when the Chinese Regulatory landscape is fast evolving,” said Rainer Fuchsluger, Managing Director of Wolters Kluwer FRR, Asia Pacific. “We are now accelerating the integration of our in-depth domain expertise with cutting-edge technology to deliver innovative solutions that help our customers comply to regulatory obligations, and their board of directors.”

“In this time of unprecedented change, I am privileged to join the expanding team in China as we build on the strong portfolio of products and services Wolters Kluwer FRR offers. I look forward to working closely with the talented team of professionals to meet our clients’ evolving needs, helping them achieve the best results,” said Jing, who will be based in the Shanghai office.

Jing holds an Executive MBA from Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, and a degree from the Computer Science and Technology Faculty of Harbin Institute of Technology.

Wolters Kluwer FRR, which is part of Wolters Kluwer’s Governance, Risk & Compliance (GRC) division, is a global market leader in the provision of integrated regulatory compliance and reporting solutions. It supports regulated financial institutions in meeting their obligations to external regulators and their own board of directors.

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