MUMBAI: CA today announced four strategic senior management moves designed to help facilitate the company's FY07 growth strategy for the Asia Pacific Japan (APJ) region.
Shinataro Nezuka becomes country manager, president and representative director for CA Japan; Gavin Selkirk, former area manager and managing director, Pacific and director and area manager, Japan, has been promoted to vice president and executive assistant to CA's CEO, John Swainson; Tony Armfield becomes regional manager and managing director for CA Pacific; and Stuart Preston has been appointed country manager, CA New Zealand.
Nezuka holds a wealth of IT industry experience dating back to 1970. During his 35 years with IBM, he was responsible for many businesses and projects in Japan, as well as in other Asia Pacific nations and the U.S. He also contributed to the expansion of IBM's e-Business service and Linux businesses.
Selkirk was instrumental in the significant growth of the Pacific business, while managing a regional workforce of more than 500. More recently, he completed a short-term assignment as director and area manager, Japan.
Armfield succeeds Selkirk as area manager and managing director, Pacific. He was formerly country manager of CA's New Zealand office for three years, during which time he led a highly successful operation that delivered solid growth.
Preston will build on CA's business success to date in the NZ market. After joining CA in 2002 as sales executive, he focused on growing business in the Wellington market, successfully working with both private and public sector organizations.
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