Australia-headquartered Invast Global has strengthened its executive leadership with the latest addition of Stephen Tudjman as the Global Head of Legal and Compliance.

He is an expert in the legal field and has provided financial advice to a range of Australian financial services institutions on compliance , regulatory obligations and management of regulators. He brings more than three decades of experience to his new role.

“Stephen will play a crucial role in this growth and is responsible for running our global Legal and Compliance Team,” said Gavin White, Invast’s CEO. “Over the last decade, we have maintained a strong emphasis on best practice and transparency. Stephen’s hire confirms our commitment to upholding these values.”

The onboarding of Tudjman is one of the many executive recruits at Invast in recent months. The company has strengthened its Prime Services with the hiring of Andrew Bradshaw as the Head and Cyrus Poon as the Managing Director, along with Matt Harris and Harry Fry as Directors.

Extensive Experience in the Legal Field

Tudjman joined Invast from AUSIEX, a Sydney-based financial services company where he was the Head of Legal and Governance for eighteen months.

He spent a significant part of his career at Ashurst, a 200-year-old law firm. His most recent role at that company was as a Consultant for a couple of years. Previously, he spent more than 19 years with that company in his early career and parted as a Special Counsel.

His other prominent industry experience was with MLC Australia for more than 11 years as the General Counsel for MLC and NAB Wealth. His other experience includes being the Director & President of Triathlon NSW and the Senior Legal Counsel at AMP.

“I’m thrilled about the opportunity to join Invast Global and to work alongside a passionate and experienced team in an award-winning business that focuses on providing innovative client offerings,” Tudjman said.

Meanwhile, Invast is enhancing its technology infrastructure, tapping the services of oneZero Financial Systems for its global institutional business.

Australia-headquartered Invast Global has strengthened its executive leadership with the latest addition of Stephen Tudjman as the Global Head of Legal and Compliance.

He is an expert in the legal field and has provided financial advice to a range of Australian financial services institutions on compliance , regulatory obligations and management of regulators. He brings more than three decades of experience to his new role.

“Stephen will play a crucial role in this growth and is responsible for running our global Legal and Compliance Team,” said Gavin White, Invast’s CEO. “Over the last decade, we have maintained a strong emphasis on best practice and transparency. Stephen’s hire confirms our commitment to upholding these values.”

The onboarding of Tudjman is one of the many executive recruits at Invast in recent months. The company has strengthened its Prime Services with the hiring of Andrew Bradshaw as the Head and Cyrus Poon as the Managing Director, along with Matt Harris and Harry Fry as Directors.

Extensive Experience in the Legal Field

Tudjman joined Invast from AUSIEX, a Sydney-based financial services company where he was the Head of Legal and Governance for eighteen months.

He spent a significant part of his career at Ashurst, a 200-year-old law firm. His most recent role at that company was as a Consultant for a couple of years. Previously, he spent more than 19 years with that company in his early career and parted as a Special Counsel.

His other prominent industry experience was with MLC Australia for more than 11 years as the General Counsel for MLC and NAB Wealth. His other experience includes being the Director & President of Triathlon NSW and the Senior Legal Counsel at AMP.

“I’m thrilled about the opportunity to join Invast Global and to work alongside a passionate and experienced team in an award-winning business that focuses on providing innovative client offerings,” Tudjman said.

Meanwhile, Invast is enhancing its technology infrastructure, tapping the services of oneZero Financial Systems for its global institutional business.