Capco, a business and technology consultancy for the financial services industry, has appointed Ismail Amla to head up Capco’s UK operations. He joins Capco’s global executive management committee at a time when the company is seeing increasing demand from a recovering financial services sector for its services. As well as leading the business in the UK, Amla will oversee Capco’s human capital team globally. In addition, he will be responsible for Capco’s India-based offshore operations.
Amla joins Capco from Accenture, where he held a number of senior roles. Most recently he was managing director of outsourcing for Austria, Germany, and Switzerland. Before joining Accenture, Amla was a vice president and UK board member for CSC, where he led the financial services business in UK and Ireland.
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