Former CommSec chief operating officer and Infocus boss Rod Bristow has been named as the new CEO of fintech company Macrovue.
Mr Bristow joins the AMP-backed investment technology provider from his most recent role of managing director and chief executive officer at non-bank dealer group Infocus Wealth Management, where he served for five years.
Prior to this, he was chief executive officer at environmental NGO Greening Australia, and, before that, held senior executive roles at online stockbroker CommSec.
Commenting on the appointment, Macrovue chairman Brendan Foley said: “We are embarking on an exciting growth phase of the business and are looking forward to benefiting from Rod’s expertise to assist with the next stage of Macrovue’s evolution.”
Macrovue founder Sid Sahgal remains in the firm and will move into the newly created position of chief operating officer.
“Sid and his team have done an incredible job in rapidly growing Macrovue in our three key target markets of SMSF trustees, retail investors, and financial advisers,” Mr Foley added.