Capco Names ex-Barclays Executive Jonathan Rose as Partner

Global business and technology player for the financial services industry, Capco, has announced the appointment of Jonathan Rose as a

jonGlobal business and technology player for the financial services industry, Capco, has announced the appointment of Jonathan Rose as a partner to its UK team, helping steer the firm’s development.

Mr. Rose will be based in London, where he will handle Capco’s business and management decisions across the banking sector. Prior to joining Capco, Mr. Rose worked previously at Barclays as its Managing Director, COO and CIO, across its IT service industry.

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According to Mr. Rose in a recent statement on the appointment, “The consulting power and entrepreneurial flair of Capco, combined with the market leading financial services technologies and global scale of its parent company, FIS, are extremely impressive. This compelling combination supported by deeply capable and ambitious employees is what drew me to the company. I am excited to take on this new challenge at a time when banks are fighting to regain consumer trust and position themselves for future growth. As a specialist consultancy we have significant industry expertise to help organizations transform or build new operations to meet these challenges.”

“Jonathan brings deep understanding of the financial services market with significant experience across high-level consulting and management roles. This, alongside the passion and energy he brings to Capco is an ideal blend, which will help us drive the banking team forward. Our non-hierarchical culture opens the door to innovators across the full scope of financial services we cover; from banking, capital markets and insurance to wealth and investment management, technology and finance, risk and compliance. It is one of the reasons we continue to be named in the Sunday Times’ ‘100 Best Companies to Work For’ list, something we are particularly proud of,” added Steve Vinnicombe, UK CEO, Capco.

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