Bruno Noyon joins NeoXam as the new Managing Director for EMEA West
By Joy Dumasia
NeoXam, a leading financial software company, has announced the appointment of former State Street COO France Bruno Noyon as Managing Director for the region of EMEA West. Bruno joins the company with a wealth of experience in the field, having recently been Managing Director of IQ-EQ France & CEO Equitis Gestion. Before this, Bruno spent over 15 years as COO and Senior Vice President of State Street’s Global Servicing business in France. He was also the Global Head of Performance & Data Management of AXA Investment Managers.
As Managing Director of EMEA West, this region encompasses several major financial centres in France, Italy, Luxembourg and Spain. Bruno will be responsible for overseeing over 100 consultants and an experienced distribution team, overseeing growth at the top level whilst maintaining a high level of client service & delivery.
“The unparalleled quality of the 500 strong team at NeoXam was a major factor in attracting me to this role. No matter what the size of the financial institution, asset managers, servicers, banks, and insurance firms all have a pressing need to reduce the operational burden across front, middle, and back-office activities. The strength of the NeoXam product offering, which I previously experienced as a client, made this a very attractive proposition for me,” commented Noyon.
NeoXam COO Florent Fabre noted: “We are very happy to welcome Bruno in the NeoXam journey. To secure the appointment of such a well respected and experienced senior executive to head up EMEA West is a great opportunity for NeoXam. Bruno’s background, personality, and leadership style are the ideal fit to drive forward the progress of our extremely passionate team in this strategic region for NeoXam.”
Recently, IBS Intelligence reported that NeoXam, a leading financial software company, has signed a strategic agreement with Soranus, experts in data management consultancy, to support client implementation projects across Switzerland and Liechtenstein.
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