Orbium, the international management and technology consulting company with exclusive focus on the financial services industry, announces that Loïc Wymann has been appointed to the position of Partner effective January 2018.
Loïc’s extensive experience in banking and technology spans more than 20 years spent in Europe, Asia and Australia. As the lead for Orbium’s Core Banking practice in Asia Pacific, he plays an instrumental role in shaping the company’s regional business strategy.
Prior to joining Orbium, Loïc held senior management positions for a tier-1 Asian bank and an international private bank based in Switzerland. Five years ago, he became the first Country Manager for Orbium Australia, overseeing the setup and growth of the Sydney-based consulting practice. After relocating to Singapore, he focused on Orbium’s clients in Hong Kong and Singapore and supported the successful integration of Orbium’s Manila-based remote delivery services on client projects. Loïc’s participation at numerous conferences and client events on behalf of Orbium has further established him as an industry expert.
“Loïc has earned his status as a trusted advisor among senior industry stakeholders in the Asia Pacific region. This is evidenced by his role on several successful core banking transformation projects. As Partner, Loïc is ideally positioned to further our ambitious growth plans and expand the firm’s business. We are truly delighted to welcome Loïc to the Orbium partnership,” says Manuel Anton, a founding Partner at Orbium.
Orbium helps banks and wealth managers realise their strategy and execution priorities. Widely recognised for exceptional commitment, the firm helps clients to realise revenue growth and efficiency gains through innovation and industrialisation. By effectively blending business and technology consulting with software products and strong partnerships, Orbium enables clients to focus on what matters most: their own success.
The firm has over 450 consultants located in the world’s key financial centres: New York, London, Zurich, Geneva, Singapore, Hong Kong, Frankfurt, Luxembourg, Paris, Sydney, Berlin, Warsaw and Manila.