Our senior team in Asia Pacific
Meet our regional leaders:
Stuart is a Director of Finalta and is based in Singapore. He is responsible for managing client relationships with a number of leading financial institutions in Asia Pacific and for growing the peer group across the region.
Prior to joining Finalta, he was with Standard Chartered Bank for nine years in multiple consumer banking roles. After stints in Strategy and Business Planning, he was appointed as Head of Mortgages in Singapore, before becoming Head of Marketing for Singapore and Southeast Asia, covering marketing communications, cross-sell and pricing management, business analytics, and credit card alliances. He was later in charge of the bank's Personal & Preferred Banking segments in the region and was then appointed as Group Head of Preferred Banking, which is the bank’s emerging affluent segment. Before joining Standard Chartered Bank, he was a consultant at McKinsey & Company in the Amsterdam office.
Stuart holds an MSc Industrial Engineering from the University of Twente, the Netherlands, and an MBA from the University of Oxford, the United Kingdom.
Andreea Ianas Florea
Andreea is an Associate Director of Finalta, based in the Singapore office. She is responsible for managing relationships with a number of leading financial institutions in Asia Pacific and for expanding the client base across the region.
Prior to joining the Singapore team, Andreea was based in Finalta’s London office for 5 years. During her time there, she managed a wide range of studies across Europe, with particular focus on central & eastern Europe, Austria, and UK & Ireland. Andreea’s expertise is in digital & multichannel banking, customer experience, branch sales effectiveness, and customer segment management.
Before joining Finalta, Andreea was the Product Manager of the largest incoming tour operator in Romania.
Andreea holds a Master’s degree in International Business Administration from the University of Vienna and a Bachelor in Economics and Business Management from the Academy of Economic Studies in Bucharest.