Financial services company Rubik has poached a former IRESS executive in what chief executive Iain Dunstan describes as a "coup".
Emily Chen has been appointed by Rubik to the newly created role of head of product, wealth.
Ms Chen joins the firm from IRESS, where she was the product manager of the firm's financial planning software platform, XPLAN.
Rubik chief executive Iain Dunstan said: “Being able to lure excellent talent like Emily to Rubik is a great coup for us and a reflection of where we are at as an organisation.
“Emily’s extensive knowledge of wealth technology solutions will be invaluable in helping us to deliver even more to our clients.”
Ms Chen has also held various senior analyst roles at Macquarie and MLC Online.
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