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Eton Solutions names Kevin Hayes as the chief administrative officer

Eton SolutionsEton Solutions, a wealth management technology firm has named Kevin Hayes as the new Chief Administrative Officer to lead the company’s growth strategy in the FinTech sector.

Hayes, who brings more than 25 years of financial services and asset management experience in the US and the UK markets, will be joining the firm in early 2020, according to a statement.

Eton Solutions was established to commercialize the most comprehensive, integrated wealth management software platform for the business management and family office markets. The platform was founded to reduce process time and cost, manage cybersecurity and business continuity risk, and bring real-time reporting to clients with $100 million to multi-billions in assets.

“…Eton Solutions’ single, integrated software platform is vastly superior to the point solutions currently used by ultra-high net worth families, and Eton’s business management services to ensure effective implementation are unmatched,” Kevin Hayes commented.

Hayes is resigning from his position as the Group Chief Financial Officer & Global Head of Solutions at River and Mercantile Group, a FTSE-listed company based in London. He previously held senior positions at Man Group and Lehman Brothers. He began his career at Ernst & Young and was a partner in the New York office covering financial services audit and consulting clients.

Launched in 2015, Eton Solutions is a third-generation wealth management technology firm devoted to developing and offering the most comprehensive, integrated wealth management platform for the business management, family office, and multi-family office market. The firm was founded based on deep domain expertise in the family office field supplemented by strong systems development and client service teams. It offers an end-to-end proprietary SaaS platform for business process management. Its technology solutions reduce process time and cost, mitigate cybersecurity and business continuity risk, and streamline reporting for family office clients.

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