Fineos announces veteran executive Ian Lynagh as new CFO
By Gloria Methri
Fineos Corporation, the provider of core systems for life, accident, and health insurers has appointed Ian Lynagh as Chief Financial Officer. A member of the company for over 20 years, Lynagh had been working closely with the CFO as the chief commercial officer. He has previously held the positions of EVP North America, based in Boston, and Sales Director Europe, while based in Dublin.
In his new role as CFO, Lynagh will be responsible for overseeing all financial operations throughout the company, including investor relations, financial statutory and management reporting, audit, compliance, commercial management, and legal/contractual requirements.
Chairman of the Board Anne O’Driscoll said, “Ian’s appointment brings so much experience of FINEOS, its vision, and commercial foundations to this critical role. It is a direct reflection of the compamy’s culture of developing our people and choosing them for leadership based on both potential and experience.”
Ian Lynagh added, “I am keen to use my knowledge and understanding of FINEOS, our clients, and our market in my new role as CFO to help drive our growth strategy. It’s an honor to help frame our sophisticated internal operations while working closely with the Board and the leadership.”
Prior to joining FINEOS, Lynagh worked in several senior roles at Northgate Information Solutions in the UK. A graduate of Dublin City University, he holds an honors BSc Degree in Computer Science.
With employees and offices throughout the world, the firm continues to scale rapidly, working with innovative insurers in North America, Europe, and Asia Pacific.
The FINEOS Platform provides clients with a complete end-to-end SaaS core product suite that includes FINEOS AdminSuite enabling quote-to-claim administration as well as add-on products, FINEOS Engage to support digital engagement and FINEOS Insight for analytics and reporting.
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