Source: Bravura Solutions
Bravura Solutions Limited (Bravura) - a leading global supplier of wealth management applications and professional services - today announced it has expanded its global executive team with the appointment of Tony Klim as the company's Chief Executive Officer for the EMEA region.
Mr Klim will be responsible for developing new lines of business for Bravura and implementing major change programs and merger and acquisition activity. He will report directly to Bravura's joint CEO's, Mr Iain Dunstan and Mr Simon Woodfull.
"We are extremely pleased to have Tony on board and are confident his achievements spanning 25 years in the international financial services industry, specifically driving growth in the UK, will serve our business well," said Mr Dunstan.
Mr Klim will be based in Bravura's London office and joins the company after three years as a strategic consultant in the financial services sector. He has specialised in high-growth businesses and was a pioneer in internet banking and payment systems. His track record includes a number of strategic advisory and management roles for major international banks, life companies and technology businesses.
Prior to consulting, Mr Klim held a number of board positions including Managing Director for the UK operations of Marlborough Stirling Group, business covering six locations and 2,000 staff with revenues in excess of £100m. In this role, he also sponsored the acquisition of the leading financial intermediary portal, the Exchange, and was instrumental in the development of new products and services targeted at the independent financial adviser community.
Mr Klim said: "I am delighted to join Bravura and look forward to working with Iain Dunstan, Simon Woodfull and the expanding global team.
"My previous corporate and consulting experience has equipped me with the knowledge and skills to make significant contributions to the EMEA business arm of Bravura and towards achieving the overall objectives of the company."
Mr Klim has a Bachelor of Science, Honours, in Physics from the University of Manchester. He is due to begin his role on 25 February 2008.