Guillermo Orselli is Managing Director of Advent’s Global Account business unit APAC region. In this role he has Asia Pacific responsibility for strategy, product marketing and sales of Advent’s Geneva Global Portfolio Accounting, Advent Syncova and Advent Tamale for the alternative assets industry’s largest firms. Mr. Orselli has been with Advent since 2000, holding a variety of roles in consulting, product marketing and sales covering the United States, Europe and most recently the Asia Pacific region. Prior to joining Advent, Mr. Orselli held positions at Carret and Company Asset Management in New York, at the Argentine-American Chamber of Commerce in New York, and at NCR Corporation in Buenos Aires.
Mr. Orselli earned his undergraduate degree from Universidad de Belgrano, and his MBA from The George Washington University.
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