Bravura Solutions supports business growth with the appointment of Head of Account Management

Sydney, 24 October 2016 – Leading financial software provider Bravura Solutions Limited (Bravura) has expanded its team with the recent appointment of Ron Mullins as the new Head of Account Management.

The role will be focused on the development of new business opportunities and supporting existing clients within the APAC region, with a core focus on Sonata — Bravura’s next-generation wealth management software platform for superannuation, investments, life insurance and wraps.

Mullins joins the business from IQ Group where he was previously Director of Business Development for over four years. He draws on 17 years’ experience in the financial services sector with a background in account management, sales, consulting, and project management across IT and Administration. With a deep understanding of the software solutions landscape, Mullins brings a wealth of industry knowledge, particularly across superannuation and wealth management.

Commenting on this appointment, Bravura’s Managing Director for APAC, Roland Slee said “I am delighted that Ron has chosen to join the Bravura team. His broad experience and deep industry knowledge positions Ron perfectly to make a valuable contribution to our business. Bravura is experiencing a period of strong growth driven by accelerating Sonata adoption. Many in the market are keen to understand how Sonata could underpin their business strategies. Ron’s consultative approach will make him a very effective participant in these conversations.”

Bravura’s Managing Director for APAC, Roland Slee was quoted in this press release. To ask Roland a question regarding the release or to discuss it in more detail, email PR@bravurasolutions.com.

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