Delta Capita has announced the appointment of former Capco UK CEO, Steve Vinnicombe, as Chairman of the Board.
Mr. Vinnicombe adds value to Delta Capita, following an illustrious career, in which he has obtained extensive experience from the financial industry.
After almost 6 years with Capco, and having served as their CEO of UK operations, Mr. Vinnicombe parted ways with the company.
The launch of Mr. Vinnicombe’s career took place at Accenture, where he remained for more than eleven years, prior to his departure. He primarily served as a Senior Manager, from September 1999 through September 2010.
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Commenting on his most recent career move, Mr. Vinnicombe said: “The world of financial services is being challenged like never before and Delta Capita has become a real, disruptive force in the way banks re-shape their business and operating models. Financial institutions need to be able to embrace new working models and fintech innovation, and this is a highly complex and often legacy-ridden challenge. Organisations cannot afford disruption or distraction from their regulatory or operating risk management focus and require credible, committed partners to help deliver the results they are striving to achieve.”
Delta Capita also addressed their newest addition, represented by their CEO Joe Channer, who had the following remarks: “As Delta Capita continues to expand internationally, we must ensure that we continue to meet the highest standards of governance and control and we are delighted to welcome Steve as our Chairman. I have every confidence his wealth of management experience, combined with his industry and corporate insight, will prove invaluable in helping us avoid the potential pitfalls facing a rapidly growing consulting firm. He has been there before.”
Delta Capita currently plans to conduct a planned Series A funding round in March 2018. In an effort to improve its potential, the company appears adamant in adapting the most professional and competent team. Moreover, last week the company reached a partnership agreement with NEX Regulatory Reporting, as the sides look to provide clients with data requirements for securities finance transactions.