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Bravura Solutions Appoints Global Strategy, Risk and Planning Manager

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Bravura Solutions (Bravura) – a leading global supplier of transfer agency and wealth management software applications and professional services – has appointed Mr Jason Wilby as its Global Strategy, Risk and Planning Manager.

Based in the Sydney office and reporting to Rebecca Norton, Bravura’s Chief Financial Officer, the new role was created to enable effective risk management policies and processes that promote better organisational performance, increased efficiency and enhanced effective governance.

Norton said, “As Bravura continues to grow and acquire businesses in different markets, we have been focusing on business transformational activities and process improvement that assists in making the organisation more efficient, robust and scalable. “We are extremely pleased that Jason has accepted the role in support of this new company focus.”

The role is expected to bring a number of benefits to Bravura including proactive identification of key risks providing greater certainty around achievement of strategic objectives, proactive balancing of risks and rewards and potentially highlighting opportunities that may otherwise go undetected, better decision making with structured consideration of risk built into existing activities, continuous improvement of governance to meet and fulfil expectations of key stakeholders and compliance with regulatory requirements.

Jason joined Bravura in September 2008 as the Head of Human Resources – Global Wealth Management and prior to accepting his new role, was the Head of Change – Global Wealth Management.

Jason has a Bachelor of Law degree which he completed in the UK, and is currently completing his Global Executive MBA with the University of Sydney.

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