Legerity’s 3rd generation accounting rules platform enables Finance & Risk functions to address the regulatory and business challenges resulting from historic under-investment in Back Office Finance & Risk systems. It enables users to deliver the best possible service to customers and the business: as more products are ‘bundled’; markets continue to evolve; regulations increase in pace and complexity; and volumes grow while margins are compressed
Legerity FastPost delivers sophisticated accounting and P&L, while integrating with heritage technology. It provides a single, consistent and accurate ‘golden source’ – enabling the Back Office to support the complexity of the Front Office, with granular and true visibility into business performance. Delivering the detail and colour required to make better and more informed decisions
Tom has over 25 year’s global experience in the Investment Banking arena, gained within financial institutions, third party vendors and consultancies. Tom founded City Practitioners and focused on designing business and technical architecture, implementation of complex trading technologies and application management services, focusing on Murex. After the successful acquisition and integration of TCA Consulting, City Practitioners was sold to Capco in 2007. In 2012 Tom merged his latest venture Cowrie Financial, a specialist Murex consultancy, into First Derivatives.
Jeremy has over 25 years’ experience in Enterprise financial software. He was founder and Managing Director of OST Business Rules Ltd, a financial services software house, whose financial reporting and integration software was used by more than 30 of the world’s largest financial institutions. Within 3 years he grew OST to over 100 staff and successfully led the sale of the company to Microgen plc. Prior to OST he was an executive director at The Dodge Group, a US based financial services ERP vendor. He is a past winner of the prestigious Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year award.
Adam is a pre-eminent designer of accounting hub solutions with over 25 years in the financial services sector. Prior to Legerity he led the development of accounting hub technology at OST Business Rules and Microgen plc for 14 years. At Microgen he was the designer and product owner of the Microgen Aptitude Accounting Hub including Accounting Rules Engine, Sub-Ledger and Financial Data Warehouse software for the financial services sector. Adam is also an experienced industry practitioner having been Head of Middle Office Systems at NatWest Markets and having started his career in financial services at Banque Paribas.
Nick is a highly experienced IT executive and joined Legerity from SAP where he was a Senior Director. At SAP he was involved in the launch of the HANA in-memory platform and its roll out to SAPs strategic clients, and prior to SAP he was Managing Director, EMEA, of Aleri, a leader in high performance Complex Event Processing (CEP) solutions.
Barnaby is a Managing Partner at Sussex Place Ventures, the VC investment arm of the London Business School. Prior to joining Sussex Place in 2011 he spent the previous 18 years at 3i and Elderstreet investing in UK technology businesses. Investments included OST Business Rules Ltd, Edenbrook and Content Technologies, which was acquired by Baltimore for $1billion. Barnaby leads the software investing team at Sussex Place Ventures. He is on the board of Kimble Applications, a cloud based ERP vendor. Barnaby is an engineering graduate of Imperial College, London and holds an MBA from Erasmus University, Rotterdam.
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The new IFRS 17 accounting standard will affect the way you account for insurance contracts. Complexity is set to increase and the impact on existing finance systems and business processes will be significant. Register for this free webinar to learn more about IFRS 17 and the implications for your own organisation.
Legerity will be participating in the IFRS 17 Forum in London on 29 November 2017. Transitioning from review and analysis to implementation.
Legerity adds key new IFRS role.
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