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Intelliflo replaces Nick Eatock as chief exec

Intelliflo has recruited Hamish Purdey as chief executive.

Purdey replaces Nick Eatock, who has been named executive chairman, in the role.

Intelliflo says Eatock will continue to play a “central” role in client engagement, whilst also focussing on the strategic direction of the technology software provider.

He says: “Whilst I am moving to a new role within the business, I continue to remain wholly committed to Intelliflo’s success.

“There are huge strategic and product opportunities currently available to Intelliflo which require me to focus my time on ensuring these opportunities are delivered.

“To allow me to do this effectively the business requires a strong operator to focus on the core operational areas.”

Purdey previously led the US business of derivatives software provider FFastFill Plc.

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