Financial services technology provider GBST has added Tam Vu to its board as a non-executive director, effective 1 January 2017.
Mr Vu has worked across the technology sector for more than 25 years, and has held senior roles with companies such as IBM Consulting Group, BP Australia and SEEK, where he served as the business’ chief information officer.
Additionally, Mr Vu was the founder of a professional services business that provided advisory and delivery services to a number of large organisations, such as AMP, Westpac, Coles and Australia Post.
“Tam will be a valuable addition to the board with his extensive experience in the technology sector,” said GBST chair Allan Brackin.
“His appointment continues to demonstrate the board’s structured approach to its renewal strategy and succession planning.”
The appointment of Mr Vu will add “further expertise in the technology field” to the board, GBST said, helping to align the company’s structure with its strategic growth plan.
Mr Vu is currently the managing director of Vitae Partners, and also serves on the audit, risk and compliance committee at the National Gallery of Victoria.
In addition to his directorship on the company board, Mr Vu will serve as the chair of the company’s technology committee.
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