The chief executive officer of software provider Decimal has stepped down from the top job.
In an announcement to the ASX, Decimal confirmed that Carolyn Colley will resign as chief executive, but will remain as an adviser to the firm for strategic business development until 31 December 2015.
“The board and the Decimal team thank Carolyn for her contribution over the past year which has seen the successful implementation of the first-in-market, automated ‘robo-advice’ platform,” the statement said.
“We thank Carolyn for her passion, commitment and support for the business.”
According to Ms Colley’s LinkedIn profile, she has held senior positions at Macquarie, including as the head of personal banking and head of strategy at Macquarie Adviser Services.
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