UK-based fintech firm ipushpull announced on Wednesday it has appointed Damian Sutcliffe as its new advisor. Sutcliffe served for more than 20 years at Goldman Sachs and was the EMEA CIO, Head of Regulatory Architecture and Global Head of Enterprise Data before retiring. ipushpull reported that Sutcliffe also has a range of senior management roles in London, Tokyo, and New York.
Founded in 2013, ipushpull is described as a secure data sharing and collaboration platform that connects data in real time between desktop applications, cloud services, databases, third party platforms, and mobile devices.
“By connecting data between multiple applications ipushpull makes data interoperable and offers a unique way to share and collaborate on live data inside of chat applications. With customers in financial markets and other industries, ipushpull provides enterprise-grade permissioning, security and encryption, powerful access controls and live audit and usage tracking.”
Speaking about Sutcliffe’s appointment, Matthew Cheung, CEO of ipushpull, stated:
“Damian’s experience and expert knowledge of financial markets enterprise technology is invaluable to ipushpull. Not only can we gain a unique perspective into the investment banks that ipushpull is selling services into, but Damian also delivers insight into architecture, workflow and regulation and helps feed this into our platform and development roadmap.”
Sutcliffe went on to add:
“I’m excited to be joining ipushpull as an advisor. It’s a terrific product that can quickly drive automation and efficiency across internal teams and external client workflows. It fills a void in tools currently available and has very broad applicability.”