Axletree Solutions has added the former executive managing director of SWIFT (Americas) David Pryce as a board director. Pryce joins the Axletree team to help expand its status among SWIFT service bureaus and further develop its SWIFT partner business. He will be part of a team providing strategic direction to Axletree.
In his 25 years with SWIFT, Pryce has proven to be an experienced leader being responsible for teams in Europe, Asia, Americas, as well as the emerging markets. Among his many achievements in SWIFT, Pryce established the partner management team and was instrumental in starting the partner service bureau programme.
Pryce has over 35 years’ experience in the financial industry, initially based in London for Burroughs Machines in their international banking division before running teams all around the world for SWIFT. He previously graduated from the University of London with a degree in Mathematics and Computer Science.
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