The founder and managing director of an advice software provider has stepped down after a structural review of the business.
ASX-listed company Intiger Group, which provides key software components for financial planners, underwent a business restructure following a multimillion-dollar capital raise.
Under the new structure – to ensure effective use of shareholder resources – Mark Fisher, founder of the group, has stepped down.
Mr Fisher initially stepped down in May with George Jaja, the global head of productivity and optimisation, appointed as interim chief executive.
The move is now official, with Mr Fisher to remain on the board as non-executive director.
Mr Jaja said he was excited to lead the group through its next phase of growth and advancement.
“This is an exciting new chapter in the development of the company and I look forward to working with the team to rapidly build scale and further develop the company’s software platform,” he said.
Intiger’s chair Patrick Canion thanked Mr Fisher for his time as director and said he looked forward to working with him on the board.
“I would especially like to thank Mark Fisher for his work as managing director and look forward to [his] continuing involvement on the board,” he said.
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