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Business analytics vendor, SAS, has appointed a financial services industry executive, to lead its Australia and New Zealand regional risk intelligence practice.

Larry Roadcap, with more than 18 years’ experience in Australia and globally, Hs been appointed to the role, charged with driving the ‘go to market strategy’ for SAS’ risk intelligence solution portfolio across the ANZ region.

SAS ANZ Managing Director, David Bowie, said Roadcap’s appointment would “support the company’s growth in the risk intelligence market.”

“Customer demand has rapidly grown from SAS’ traditional solution strengths in credit risk to include market, liquidity and operational risk for capital management.

“Our 36 year history in business analytics positions us well to respond to demand for risk management for banking, as well as governance, risk and compliance solutions.”

Roadcap joins SAS from SunGard where he held senior positions in sales management and, most recently, as Vice President responsible for sales, consulting, help desk and hosting services.

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