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Accuity Promotes David Wilson to Role of MD and CEO

Accuity has promoted David Wilson to the role of managing director and CEO with responsibility to deliver innovative solutions for payments, risk and compliance, develop strategic partnerships, and deliver high quality client service. He steps up to the role after 18 months as chief operating officer (COO) at the provider of financial crime compliance, payments and Know Your Customer (KYC) solutions.

Wilson replaces former CEO and president Hugh Jones, who moves on to become a global managing director of Accuity’s parent company RELX Group, with ongoing oversight of Accuity. Also promoted is Tom Golding, who steps into the COO role.

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