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Kneip hires new chief information officer

12 March 2014


PwC’s Jean-Luc Brach takes up the role

Services provider Kneip has hired Jean-Luc Brach as its new chief information officer.

Brach, who has extensive experience in deploying technology offerings, will take charge of setting up new information technology with the aim of maintaining business growth and allowing the introduction of innovative services.

He joins from PwC where was a European Commission programme manager. Before that he worked for RBC Luxembourg where he was a member of the CIO executive committee and director of the RBC infrastructure integration program.

Brach will report to Lee Godfrey, deputy CEO, and will work closely with Stéphanie Noel, head of operations, and Renaud Oury, chief sales officer.

Bob Kneip, CEO of Kneip said: "Appointing Jean-Luc as CIO reflects our drive to remain the most innovative regulatory service provider to the fund management industry and his experience in running transformational programs will prove to be invaluable in this regard.

"We have no doubt that our clients will see the benefit of having such a service-orientated expert hand, in charge of our technology offering." 


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