Mason Stevens has announced the appointment of their first chief technology officer to drive innovation in their Sydney office.
The firm has appointed Enda Mahoney to the role who will leverage 23 years of experience to develop and manage the technology strategy for the business.
Mr Mahoney has previously worked for fintech start-ups Bravura Solutions and CXi-Software and Impact investing and said he was excited to join this team.
“Having a background in designing and developing innovative platforms and teams, I’m excited to join the rapidly expanding team at Mason Stevens,” said Mr Mahoney.
Mr Mahoney also has a financial background, having worked at Macquarie Bank, nabtrade, BlackRock and Bankers Trust.
Mason Stevens chairman Patrick Handley said that the eight-year-old company had provided financial advisers with an opportunity to invest around the world and it was time to start driving the technology innovation.
“Being responsible for developing our IT strategy, Mahoney and his team will implement a next generation wealth management platform for our advisers and their clients,” said Mr Handley.
Mr Handley said that Mr Mahoney would do more than just innovate and would work with various teams to produce more outcomes.
“Enda will work closely with our product, advisory and analytics teams to drive technology innovation, business intelligence and data insights for our business,” he said.
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