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New CEO For ACA Compliance Group

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Global GRC specialist ACA Compliance Group has appointed Shvetank Shah as CEO, effective from today. Shah joins the firm from Gartner, where he spent 17 years, most recently as Senior Vice President of its Technology & Service Provider practice. Shvetank will be based in ACA’s Silver Spring, MD office, and will oversee all global operations and the corporate growth strategy. The previous Group CEO of ACA Compliance was its founder, Robert Stype, who oversaw the firm’s acquisition of Cordium last year and subsequently moved to the position of Executive Chairman in June 2019.

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