RP Chosen Central Hub for Asia Pacific Finance Services of Johnson & Johnson

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RP Chosen Central Hub for Asia Pacific Finance Services of Johnson & Johnson


The Philippine office of Johnson & Johnson has been selected as the site of Johnson & Johnson's Global Finance Services (GFS) center to provide financial services across Johnson & Johnson sectors (Consumer, Medical, Pharmaceuticals, Vision Care, Ortho-Clinical Diagnostics and Information Technology Services) in the Asia Pacific region.

Set to open in 2011, the four-story GFS central hub aims to provide high quality and cost-effective transactional processing and financial reporting services under global governance and executed at a global, regional, and country level as required.

"The Philippine community of Johnson & Johnson is pleased to share the pride of being chosen as the site of Johnson & Johnson Asia Pacific's Global Finance Service (GFS) center with our countrymen. This only shows that Filipino talent and service are trusted across the region as well as globally," said Homer Nuqui, Finance Director, J&J Consumer Philippines and the appointed Director of the Global Finance Services.

"The GFS center will create employment opportunities for Filipinos and provide an avenue for our finance professionals to showcase their globally-competitive skills and contribute to the growth of the entire Johnson & Johnson operations in Asia Pacific," Nuqui added.

Mike Del Prado, Company Group Chairman, MD&D Asia Pacific, echoed the sentiments raised by Nuqui. "The men and women who will be working in this facility will make Filipinos proud as they showcase our ability to support growth and provide globally-competitive services. …

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