Press release

Acclime announces the appointment of Chief Technology Officer.

4 November 2019, Hong Kong – Acclime, the premier corporate services provider in Asia, today announced the appointment of Keith Loose as the Chief Technology Officer (CTO).

Based in Hong Kong, Keith is responsible for developing a high-level IT architecture and delivery roadmap for Acclime.

Keith has over 20 years' experience developing scalable systems in various industry segments, with an emphasis on financial services, including JP Morgan, CLSA, HSBC and RBS. Over the years, he has designed and developed a number of technology platforms that processed millions of transactions daily while fulfilling respective industries’ regulatory requirements. More recently, he has consulted to several industry disruptors in a range of sectors using Blockchain and other leading-edge technologies.

Commenting on the appointment, Martin Crawford, co-founder and CEO of Acclime said, “Keith will play a key role to build Acclime into a tech-enabled business that integrates our corporate services portfolio into a single user experience and interface across our Asia platform.”

“I am excited to join the Acclime family and take the lead in technological innovation. Paperless and digital workflows have become the norm in a modern tech-enabled business nowadays. My vision at Acclime is to introduce artificial intelligence, robotic process automatic and to focus systems design on user experience to fulfil our commitment in becoming a tech-enabled service provider,” Keith Loose, CTO of Acclime commented.


Besy Leung
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