Bravura Solutions appoints Peter Mann to board

Former Old Mutual Vice Chairman to help support future company growth

London, 16 February 2016 – Bravura Solutions Pty Limited (Bravura) today announced that it has appointed Peter Mann as an independent, non-executive director.

Previously Vice Chairman at Old Mutual Group, Peter was integral to the delivery of the organisation’s growth strategy. Prior to that he held a number of senior roles including CEO of Skandia, one of the UK’s largest retail platforms which was acquired by Old Mutual in 2006, and also CEO of Bankhall, the IFA network group. In his role at Skandia, Peter laid the foundations for expanding the retail platform into the leader it is today. At Bankhall, Peter supported significant revenue growth and steered the company to profit, implementing several new services for existing members across various business lines.

Bravura Group CEO and Managing Director Tony Klim said: “Peter brings a wealth of knowledge to the team. He is a well-respected business leader with over 30 years’ experience in the industry. During that time he has been a substantial contributor to the development of the UK wealth management market. His experience in leading both provider and adviser businesses adds significant value and insight to the Bravura board.”

Peter Mann said: “With the continuously changing market environment, there is significant opportunity for Bravura to expand its business with efficient, cost-effective solutions. I am excited to be joining the leading provider of next generation systems in both wealth management and fund administration and look forward to contributing to Bravura’s future growth.”

Bravura’s Chief Executive Officer, Tony Klim and Bravura’s non executive director, Peter Mann were quoted in this press release. To ask Tony and Peter a question regarding the release or to discuss it in more detail, email PR@bravurasolutions.com

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