Artificial Life hires Frank Namyslik as global controller

Hong Kong based Artificial Life, Inc., a provider of mobile 3G technology and applications, has appointed Frank Namyslik as its new global financial controller.


As the global controller, Namyslik will oversee the global financial activities of the company and its subsidiaries in Germany and Japan. Namyslik will also act as the company's compliance officer for the implementation of Sarbanes Oxley controls and procedures. Namyslik is one of the original founders of Artificial Life and had been employed with the company in the past as a consultant. From 1996 until 2000 he was the managing director of the German IT provider Qnet Systems GmbH. Between 2000 and 2003 he worked as a financial consultant. From 2003 until re-joining Artificial Life in 2007 he was the head of finance and a controller for an institute of the University of Arts in Berlin, Germany.

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