Insigma Will Speak at Global Services Conference 2010

NEW YORK (Jan. 14, 2010) – The Global Services Conference 2010 for services buyers and global service providers, will be held January 28 – 29 in New Jersey. Peter Nag, managing director and head of Financial Services, Insigma US, is a featured speaker at the conference. 

Mr. Nag’s presentation, “Smart Sourcing to China,” will explain how global sourcing has gone mainstream and the value proposition has moved from cost arbitrage to innovation. “Although India continues to be the leader, China is a fast follower and now a part of every firm’s strategy to diversify their location footprint. Insigma with its joint venture with State Street, deep domain knowledge and successful implementation of the ‘hybrid model,’ provides a unique value proposition to firms looking to take their global sourcing initiative to the next level,” stated Mr. Nag. He will also share insights from his experience in successfully leading globalization initiatives in major investment banks and how to drive innovation. 

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About the Global Services Conference 2010
The Global Services Conference 2010 focuses on changes, learnings and best practices in the global services model. It will define the changes that are permanent, outline the phases that may be transitory, and paint a vivid picture of what would shape the future.

About Peter Nag
Peter Nag, Managing Director and Head of Financial Services at Insigma US, is a senior executive in investment banking with over 20 years of experience effecting transformation across divisions and geographies in the financial services sector. Peter brings extensive relationships and deep operational knowledge to form profitable alliances at the CXO level. An expert in program management, business process reengineering, resource optimization, KPO/BPO/ITO, expense management and business continuity, Peter works across geographies including India, China, Singapore, Australia, EMEA and Latin America. At Citigroup and Lehman Brothers, he led teams that set up global hubs across business divisions and spearheaded some of the largest business transformation and outsourcing deals. Peter chairs forums representing the financial services sector in consortiums, conferences, and investor calls worldwide. He holds an MBA and graduate degrees in management and engineering from Wharton/Penn Engineering, University of Pennsylvania and Rensselaer (RPI), Troy, New York.