Iress has announced three moves to the team, while two more will depart in a bid “to meet the evolving needs of the industry”, including Nicole Mahan who will join in April as commercial director for Australia and New Zealand, Geoff Rogers as commercial director - investment infrastructure, and Warwick Angus who will take on an expansion of his current role as commercial director - strategic markets.
Under the changes, the leadership roles of managing director – investment management and trading and managing director – for financial advice have been made redundant and will see the departure of Kirsty Gross and Tizzy Vigilante.
“As the breadth and depth of our product and service capabilities continue to grow, it is important we organise ourselves to more effectively meet the needs of current and future clients,” Iress chief commercial officer, Simon New, said.
“I’m delighted to welcome Nicole Mahan and Geoff Rogers to Iress, who along with Warwick Angus, will lead Iress’ sales and account management capability in Australia and New Zealand.
On the departing members, Mr New added: “We would like to thank Kirsty and Tizzy for their considerable contribution to Iress over many years. We thank them for their expertise and commitment to Iress and wish them the very best for the future.
“I’m confident the changes we’re announcing today will enable us to better meet our clients’ needs and enhance our ability to act as a strategic technology partner.”
The changes come after Iress announced it had delivered full-year results in line with earnings guidance earlier this month.