Management systems provider OneVue has appointed a new deputy technology officer.
Former head of IT at BNP Paribas, Patrick Stampfli, has been named as deputy technology officer.
OneVue chief executive Connie Mckeage said: “[Mr Stampfli] comes from one of those significant global organisations, so he speaks their language and understands their perspective."
“In this context, Patrick Stampfli’s appointment signals our intention to accelerate our growth.
“His appointment is highly strategic to the continued success of our business,” said Ms Mckeage.
Mr Stampfli said he is pleased to be joining OneVue at a time when it is enhancing its end-to-end focus.
In addition to Mr Stampfli, Craig Giffin has been named as head of compliance, legal and responsible entity services.
According to Ms Mckeage, Mr Giffin has a proven ability to successfully develop an organisation’s critical business requirements.
“As OneVue expands, his extensive experience in a range of well-regarded global financial services organisations managing comprehensive governance, risk management, compliance and legal capabilities – including corporate takeovers and restructures – is well regarded,” she said.
Prior to joining OneVue, Mr Giffin held positions with Nikko Asset Management, Fortis Investments and ABN AMRO Asset Management.
Commenting on his appointment, Mr Giffin said: “OneVue has a solid reputation for its leadership and innovation in the industry and is well placed to capitalise on and grow its position as an outstanding provider of industry services.”
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