BEIJING, Nov. 24, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Volvo Financial Services (VFS) today announced a reorganization of its Asia Pacific regional organization to provide increased support to the Volvo Group brand organizations, faster decision making and deliver an overall higher level of service to customers. Effective January 1, 2021, VFS' current Asia Pacific (APAC) region will transition to VFS International and add markets in South Africa and Turkey. In addition, responsibility for the Morocco Alliance market will fall under VFS Turkey.
Paul Le Houillier, current head of VFS Region APAC, will assume leadership of the newly defined region as senior vice president, VFS International. In addition to the newly added markets, the region includes Japan, China, Australia, India, South Korea and South-East Asia Alliance markets.
"In order to serve our customers at an even higher level, we must continually assess and improve our organization to meet their ever-changing needs," said Le Houillier. "This realignment helps VFS better support the Volvo Group brand organizations, while positioning us closer to the markets to enhance our services and expand our business."
The realignment of VFS International is part of a larger VFS reorganization effort. VFS' current European regional organization has transitioned to include three new regions: VFS Europe â€“ South & West, VFS Europe â€“ North & Central and VFS Europe â€“ Central East & East.
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