AC Plus is Asset Control’s flagship product and the established leader in high-performance reference and market data management systems. AC Plus is used by many of the world’s leading banks, asset managers and institutional investors to handle their financial data supply chains and help them maintain the integrity of their financial and regulatory reporting.
Richard Petti, CEO Asset Control says, "I'm delighted to announce that we have someone of Marcin's talent driving engineering strategy and development for AC Plus. Asset Control's early success was underpinned by the unique strength of its technical architecture. Marcin and his team have a clear strategy for maintaining and building on that foundation, so existing and future customers can look forward to an accelerating pipeline of innovation from Asset Control."
Mr Lukasiak, who has a Masters degree in Computer Science from the University of Wroclaw joined Asset Control in 2009. He was previously Technical Architect at Allfinanz Ltd., the leading buy-side software vendor acquired by Munich Re in 2007. He adds, "I came to Asset Control because the company was the clear leader in data management with a world-class engineering team. It's a great heritage. Today, our vision is for systems that are not just powerful but smarter – so they are easier to use and maintain. We have a clear road map and I'm excited to be bringing a new generation of technology to a new generation of data management customers."
Asset Control was acquired by Marlin Equity Partners in August 2013. Commenting on the appointment, Steven Hargreaves, the Marlin Operating Partner who has been most closely associated with the company says, "The Asset Control customers I meet confirm that this is great business with a uniquely capable product in AC Plus. But they, and the broader market, want fresh answers to questions about time-to-value, operational efficiency and governance. This announcement will be the first of several changes Richard Petti is making to unleash the talent and expertise that will secure Asset Control’s continued leadership in financial data management."