Charles Bokman joins Synechron as Head of APAC

Posted: 5 December 2017 | | No comments yet

Synechron, Inc, the global financial consulting and technology services provider, has announced that Charles Bokman has joined the company as the new Head of the Asia Pacific (APAC) region.

Charles Bokman joins Synechron as Head of APAC

Bokman brings almost 20 years of project management, systems integration and outsourcing advisory experience in the financial services sector. He is based in Singapore and will report to Synechron’s CEO, Faisal Husain.

Charles “Chuck” Bokman spent most of his consulting career with PwC, where he served in the financial services practice in strategy and operations consulting. He also has had stints with IBM, Capco, and most recently, Accenture. He brings a strong base of contacts among both Swiss and Singaporean private banks to build Synechron’s presence across the Asian market. Chuck will use his experience in business development practice-building and creating high-performing teams to support the growth plans for Synechron in the APAC region. He will also be tasked with the expansion of Synechron’s global business consulting team, which is expected to reach 300 consultants in 2018.

“As Synechron continues to grow, we look forward to welcoming new clients to our businesses supported by Chucks’ outstanding skills and experience,” commented Faisal Husain, Co-founder and CEO of Synechron.

Chuck Bokman stated: “Financial services continues to be a key growing sector within the APAC region, and Synechron is perfectly placed to take advantage of that. Technology and disruption are driving the development of the sector in Asia, and Synechron is a natural partner for financial services businesses that are looking to evolve their operations to embrace these opportunities. I am looking forward to driving Synechron’s plans for growth in the market.”

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