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InvestCloud, a cloud-based digital applet platform for financial services, has appointed Graham Collier as the firm’s new Head of Technical Operations for Europe. 

In this role, Collier will oversee the development and roll-out of InvestCloud’s technology for European clients, showcasing his management, technical and operational skills, and will help implement service delivery to serve InvestCloud’s expanding European customer base
 
InvestCloud’s digital applet platform, which is used by 660 advisory and institutional clients, supports over USD1.5 trillion of assets and following its success in the US, where it launched in 2010, is now rolling out operations across Europe from its European HQ in London. In his new position, Collier will provide hands-on leadership to grow technology operations and infrastructure in EMEA for InvestCloud, and provide real-world experience and leadership to Development, Technical Support and Technical Operations teams.
 
Prior to joining InvestCloud, Collier spent two years with Qualcomm Technologies, the wireless technology company, where he managed the global applications team. He also spent four years with Autonomy, the enterprise software company, before it was acquired by Hewlett-Packard. He spent a further three years there as the Technical Manager for EMEA, where he provided support for the specialist search engine tools, including the flagship product, Digital Safe.
 
Collier says: “This is an exciting opportunity to join a company that has seen a rapid amount of growth and success in the US that is now looking to emulate this in Europe. InvestCloud is the first fully-integrated financial services digital applet platform in the cloud and I am looking forward to helping drive the expansion forward.”
 
Will Bailey, EVP, Europe, InvestCloud, adds: “We are delighted to welcome Graham into his new role as Head of Technical Operations in London. The role is of huge importance to the continued growth of InvestCloud and Graham brings the necessary experience to help us firmly establish our European presence.
 
InvestCloud has also announced the appointment of Harriet Downing to a Senior Business Sales role. Harriet joins from financial software company, SS&C Technologies, where she served as the Business Development Manager.
 
Both new hires will be located in the London office, which is currently in the process of expanding its local team. The aim is to grow to over 20 members by the end of 2016, including the design, delivery, professional services, and R&D teams.

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