Bravura Solutions appoints Product Manager for Life Insurance

Financial software provider strengthens its team with strategic focus on the Life Insurance market

Sydney, 11 October 2016 – Leading financial software provider Bravura Solutions Limited (Bravura) has expanded its APAC team with the recent appointment of David Loader as Product Manager for Life Insurance.

Loader joins Bravura from BT Financial Group where he held various senior product management roles within the Retail Life product team. With over 11 years of experience in the life insurance industry covering Retail, Group and Direct Life insurance, Loader has an extensive understanding of product development as well as the experience in claims management, policy administration and compliance.

In this newly created role, Loader will be responsible for executing the product strategy for Sonata – Bravura’s next-generation wealth management software platform for superannuation, investments, life insurance and wraps. The role forms part of Bravura’s wider strategic focus on the life insurance market within APAC and EMEA.

The announcement comes shortly after Bravura announced the expansion of its EMEA team with the appointment of Natanje Holt as Business Development Manager and Freddie Findlater as Marketing Manager.

Commenting on the recent appointment, Director of Product Management and Strategy, Darren Stevens said “We are very excited to have David join our team. There is increasing interest from the Life Insurance sector looking to modernise and simplify their technology environments and David’s wealth of experience will assist us in further strengthening our position in this market”.

Bravura’s Director of Product Management and Strategy, Darren Stevens was quoted in this press release. To ask Darren a question regarding the release or to discuss it in more detail, email PR@bravurasolutions.com.

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