The advice technology provider has appointed a former AMP executive to help expand its business globally.
In a statement, Midwinter said it had recruited Steve Davison to the role of chief commercial officer.
Mr Davison, a former executive director of previous AMP dealer group Genesys, and head of platform innovation for the wealth giant, was most recently adviser to the chief executive of Singaporean robo-advice provider Better Trade Off.
“We are delighted to welcome Steve as the Chief Commercial Officer for Midwinter,” said Tony Klim, CEO of Midwinter parent company Bravura.
“In this new role, Steve is tasked to build on the combined Midwinter and Bravura offering, support the needs of existing and new clients and pursue opportunities to expand the Midwinter business in Australia and internationally.”
Mr Klim added that he was confident Mr Davison’s appointment would “strengthen our existing capabilities and experience in the financial advice market”.
Midwinter added that Jeff Hall, the company’s previous CEO and most recently its chief operating officer, had departed the group in April.
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