Acin, the data standards firm for operational risk and controls, has today appointed Graeme Wynn as Chief Technology Officer, a new role for the organisation. Graeme will be responsible for framing, leading and delivering the development of Acin’s technology innovations and data strategy. He joins from Schroders Investment Management, where he was Head of Enterprise Data Architecture and Process Automation.
Paul Ford, CEO of Acin, commented: “Graeme’s appointment is the latest example of our commitment to invest in and develop our technological solutions.”
Peter Irvine, Head of Product, added: “Graeme will play a pivotal role in continuing to enhance our customer experience, and the access to and use of our unique, network-sourced industry data. Graeme’s extensive experience in developing solutions to complex problems within the financial services industry will be incredibly valuable as we continue to scale up our offering.”
Graeme Wynn has worked in financial services technology and innovation for over 20 years, with a variety of roles across process automation, platform architecture, product development and portfolio modelling.
Graeme commented: “I’m excited to have the opportunity to build on Acin’s enviable track record of enabling many of the top global banks to unlock the value of theirs and the industry’s operational control data. I’m passionate about finding answers to complex problems and I’m looking forward to developing solutions that will continue to enable Acin to support its customers in the standardisation, automation and re-engineering of their risk and control data, and its management and testing.”
Wynn joins a team of respected industry figures, including: Paul Ford (CEO), former Chief Operating Officer of the Ultra High Net Worth business at Barclays Wealth and Credit Suisse EMEA, Peter Irvine (Head of Product), formerly Group Head of Capital & Financial Planning at Credit Suisse, and Rash Phullar (Head of Sales), formerly RBS Head of Strategy Implementation and Global Equities COO.