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Emily Chen re-joins Iress

01 June 2017  |  1139 views  |  0 Source: Iress

Financial technology provider IRESS has announced the appointment of Emily Chen in a new senior product executive role with responsibility for key strategic product initiatives.

Emily will lead a program to significantly enhance XPLAN’s user experience, oversee the future direction on client portals and self-directed solutions, and progress the ongoing productisation of IRESS’ APIs for client and third-party use.

She has more than 15 years’ financial services experience and has previously held senior analyst roles at Macquarie, MLC Online and with the advice platforms team at MLC/NAB. She re-joins IRESS from Rubik, now Temenos. Emily Chen was previously product manager for XPLAN at IRESS.

Last week she participated in the TedX event in Sydney Fostering the Businesses of Tomorrow.

IRESS Group Executive - Product, Aaron Knowles, said he was thrilled Emily had chosen to return to IRESS.

“Emily will be a key part of the work to continually improve our products and solutions for clients and end-users. We are delighted to welcome Emily back to IRESS, where she is a strong addition to our senior team.”

Emily Chen said: “I return to IRESS with a fresh perspective on the challenges facing financial services businesses and how we can continually improve the product and the experience for clients and users. I’m looking forward to continuing to help build IRESS’ broad and deep offering for clients and users.”

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