Bravura Solutions appoints Holt to lead its workplace and retirement offer

London, 7 October 2016 – Bravura Solutions Limited (Bravura) has announced the appointment of Natanje Holt as Business Development Manager.

Holt will report to Bravura Solution’s Head of Sales EMEA, Kirsty Worgan, and will lead the charge in further developing relationships with workplace and retirement businesses in Europe and the UK. She joins Bravura from Dunstan Thomas, the technology and business services company, where she spent fourteen years, with nearly nine of these as Managing Director.

During this time, she had a strong focus on the commercial success of the business including overseeing the acquisition of Digital Keystone in 2015 and the development of the Imago product set. She also spent almost three years as chair of the Retirement Council at the Tax Incentivised Savings Association (TISA).

Commenting on the appointment, Kirsty Worgan said: “We are pleased to welcome Natanje to the team. Natanje brings fantastic experience in the workplace and retirement industry, two key areas where we see opportunities to provide services to clients in the UK and Europe. We expect to replicate our success in the Australian market, where Bravura Solutions is a leading workplace software solutions provider.”

Bravura’s Head of Sales EMEA, Kirsty Worgan was quoted in this press release. To ask Kirsty a question regarding the release or to discuss it in more detail, email PR@bravurasolutions.com.

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