Chase Cooper has announced that it is appointing Aram Shishmanian as a non-executive director to its board. He was previously senior partner at Accenture where he headed its Capital Markets Industry practice as the global managing partner. John Kiddy, a director of Chase Cooper said, “Aram has extensive knowledge of the business, risk management and operational issues facing financial services. He has a strong track record of working with firms to integrate their business strategies with the deployment of technologies, processes and people. His considerable business experience in the financial sector combined with a track record in building successful service organisations at a global level adds tremendous corporate value to Chase Cooper as the company moves forward”.
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