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SETL appoints cyber-secruity expert Martin Clements to its board

10 November 2016  |  3410 views  |  0 Source: SETL

SETL, the London based financial blockchain specialist, has appointed national security expert Martin Clements CMG OBE to its board.

SETL was launched in July 2015 to deploy a multi-asset, multi-currency institutional payment and settlements infrastructure based on blockchain technology. The SETL system will enable market participants to move cash and assets directly between each other, facilitating the immediate and final settlement of market transactions.

Martin Clements joins the SETL board having recently retired from his role as Director General responsible for Technology and Transformation at the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office. This followed a career focused on national security issues and capabilities, serving in the Middle East, South Asia and Europe. For the last decade, Martin was Senior Information Risk Owner, in charge of managing technical risk and other vulnerabilities to strategic information systems in the most testing of circumstances. He has extensive experience in transforming of some of the UK's most sensitive technical systems and securing them against cyber and insider threats.

Peter Randall, SETL’s CEO, said: “We are in no doubt as to the importance of system resilience and cyber security in the payments and settlements world and the appointment of Martin is an indication that SETL will deal with these matters at board level. We are extremely pleased to welcome Martin to our board and expect to benefit from his very long and deep experience in security and the management of strategic information systems.”

Sir David Walker, Chairman of SETL and former Chairman of Barclays Bank, commented: “In building a team which can credibly offer innovation in payments and settlements, it is important to establish a culture of diligence and awareness of cyber security from the start. Martin’s career in government has been about implementing that at the highest level. We are thrilled to have him on our board and believe that it further strengthens our ability to deliver innovative and robust blockchain solutions to the market.”

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