Accuity, a provider of payment routing data, anti-money laundering (AML) screening software and services, has promoted Hugh Jones IV as chief executive officer (CEO) of Accuity and NRS.
Previously the president of the two businesses, Jones has over 15 years of experience building corporate value by creating rich data streams that provide new solutions to difficult business challenges. He has been successful in developing top executive teams, leading sales efforts and negotiating complicated business deals.
Prior to joining the company, Jones spent five years building IntrinsiQ Research into a leader in information management for the oncology market. As the executive vice president, he and his partners built the software applications that enabled US-based oncologists to optimally treat their patients and allowed the bio-pharmaceutical industry to analyse real-time oncology usage data to thoroughly understand their products.
Previously, Jones led Datamonitor’s Healthcare practice as the global managing director. In addition to many corporate roles, Jones participated frequently on both syndicated and custom engagements in areas such as product portfolio optimisation, acquisition strategies, field force structure, market assessments, product launch strategy and various eHealth issues.
Accuity has also appointed Richard Antoneck as chief financial officer (CFO). Antoneck, previously senior vice president of financial operations at SourceMedia, has over 14 years of experience within the financial industry.
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