JDX, the global financial services firm, announced today that it has hired senior financial services executive Lucy Dorr to spearhead its global consulting business.
Lucy has 20+ years of leadership experience in the global markets and is a proven leader in business process, and technical design and execution.
Lucy joins JDX from Barclays where she was a Managing Director. Over ten years she held several diverse roles most recently as Head Business Architect at Barclays International, reporting to the COO of the Corporate, Investment Bank and International Cards business based in New York. Prior to Barclays, Lucy held multiple senior leadership roles in Operations and Finance at Merrill Lynch and JPMorgan. Throughout her career Lucy has acted on multiple industry boards and committees applying her technical and operational expertise towards the design and delivery of a range of industry initiatives.
At JDX, Lucy will be based in its New York Office and lead the global consulting services business, delivering business strategy and architecture, transformation, change and technology solutions to the firm’s banking and financial market intermediary clients around the world. She will also sit on the JDX Executive Committee and report directly to CEO Greg Hannah.
Lucy commented: “It is a very exciting time to be joining JDX. With an impressive outlook inspired by entrepreneurship and with a unique culture already established, the company is clearly at a pivotal stage of growth, with recent accolades highlighting the extent to which the company is making waves in the global financial markets. I look forward to working alongside my fellow ‘JDXers’ to take the company to the next level.”
Greg Hannah, CEO of JDX, said: “Our leadership team has a passion for people, project excellence, coaching our future leaders, and bringing innovative and efficient solutions to our clients. Lucy has a formidable track record of building and running high performing, diverse teams around complex functions, businesses and geographies within the capital markets. These traits make her a dream fit to lead our global consulting business. We are delighted that she has chosen to join us.”
Founded in 2012 and with more than 700 ‘JDXers’ the firm’s ability to resolve the most complex business challenge and yet also quickly provide skilled support for large-scale tactical operations, enables it to serve the entire financial service ecosystem – from corporate and investment banks, to fund managers and insurers through to capital market intermediaries and the breakthrough fintechs.
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