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Bravura hires director from IFDS

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Technology provider Bravura has appointed Ian Wilkinson from rival IFDS as director of project management.

Wilkinson was chief investment officer for platforms at IFDS and has previously held senior roles at GBST, Lifetime and IBM.

He will assume responsibility for all new projects within Bravura and will report to chief operating officer of EMEA Wealth Management Harry Storer.

Storer says: “We are delighted to welcome Ian to Bravura in this newly-created role. He brings with him a wealth of experience within both software and financial services firms, and is a proven delivery and implementation leader.

“The appointment of Ian will help to ensure the continued successful implementation of our Sonata system into our clients.”

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