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Lombard Risk adds CFO Nigel Gurney to the board

02 September 2014  |  1353 views  |  0 Source: Lombard Risk Management

Lombard Risk Management plc (LSE:LRM), a leading provider of integrated collateral management, regulatory compliance and reporting solutions for the financial services industry, announces the appointment of Nigel Gurney as member of the board, as Chief Financial Officer.

Nigel Gurney was appointed Chief Financial Officer in July 2014. He is a qualified chartered accountant with 20 years’ experience in the financial services, wholesale distribution and telecommunications industries. He was previously Chief Financial Officer at Lepe Partners LLP, a specialist independent banking company, prior to which he was Chief Financial Officer of Merchant Securities Group plc and Chief Financial Officer of W.H. Ireland Group plc.

Nigel Gurney, CFO comments: “I am delighted to be joining Lombard Risk at this time and to be part of a team that has achieved demonstrable growth over the last number of years. Having previously worked in the regulated sector I appreciate the benefits that Lombard Risk’s suite of products brings to financial institutions in this evolving regulatory landscape. I look forward to assisting the continued development of the company at a time of substantial opportunity for Lombard Risk and its products.”

Chief Executive Officer, John Wisbey, commented on the results: “I would like to welcome Nigel Gurney to the Board on behalf of myself and my fellow directors. We are confident that the experience he brings to the Board will be an asset to the company. He brings with him both good knowledge of AIM from his time as CFO of WH Ireland, and very relevant knowledge of part of the market space in which our regulatory compliance business operates.” 

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