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Private Client Resources appoints Head of Sales


Private Client Resources (PCR), a provider of data and wealth information management services to UHNW families, private banks, multi-family offices, and investment advisors, has appointed Michael Hendy as Senior Vice President, Head of Sales.

Hendy will oversee the sales team and lead PCR’s business development effort on a larger scale. He will report to Robert Miller, CEO of PCR.
A veteran executive in the wealth management technology and accounting space, Hendy joins PCR from SimCorp Coric where he was Vice President of Sales, responsible for building the company’s multiple client investment reporting platforms in North America from start-up.
During his tenure at SimCorp Coric, Hendy partnered with large financial services clients in North America and Europe that included Northern Trust, Fidelity, Franklin Templeton and Toronto Dominion. Prior to SimCorp Coric, he was Vice President of Regional Business Development for Financial Architects (acquired by Wolters Kluwer) where he worked with large banks across Northern Europe and the Baltics to help implement a technology solution to manage regulatory requirements and risk adjusted accounting.
“We are pleased to have an executive like Michael join our sales team as we look to accelerate the adoption of our wealth aggregation solutions by global banks and other large wealth management enterprises,” says Miller.  
“I am impressed with the unique technology capability that PCR offers to UHNW families in how data is entitled, protected and made compliant in a rapidly changing environment of security and privacy rules,” says Hendy. “In my many years of experience in dealing with large banks, I found the biggest challenge to be the collection, management and provisioning of reliable data and PCR addresses that challenge with their technology solution.”

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