Eagle Investment Systems has promoted Mal Cullen to the role of CEO, replacing John Lehner who becomes chairman of the company. Cullen joined Eagle in 2001 as head of Canadian operations and most recently served as head of the Americas and Eagle Access, the company’s secure private cloud. Under Cullen’s leadership, Eagle Access has grown to represent more than 80% of the company’s new business. Before joining Eagle, Cullen spent 12 years at Financial Models Company. As CEO of Eagle, he is responsible for managing all business and operational management activities, including sales, marketing, global professional services, support, relationship management, product management, technology, finance and operations.
Lehner joined Eagle in 2000 as senior vice president for global sales and marketing before becoming president in 2006 and CEO in 2010. In his role as chairman of the company, Lehner will help shape the vision and set the strategy to execute Eagle’s mission of helping the world grow assets efficiently.
Commenting on the appointment of Cullen as CEO of Eagle, Lehner says: “Mal Cullen has played a vital role in Eagle’s success in a number of leadership roles. His experience and vision make him the right choice to lead Eagle’s next stage of growth.”
Cullen reciprocated, saying: “It has been an honour to work closely with John Lehner as Eagle experienced significant growth and success under his leadership. As the next CEO, I look forward to building on this momentum and leading Eagle to the next stage of growth as an industry leading global technology and solutions provider.”