Financial services software provider, Iress has announced the impending appointment of a new chair, driven by the retirement of its current chair, Tony D’Aloisio.
The company announced that former ABN AMRO Asia Pacific Securities chief executive, Roger Sharp would be stepping into the role when D’Aloisio stands aside at the company’s annual general meeting in May.
Sharp will join the Iress board as a non-executive director and chairman-elect. He is currently chair of Webjet and deputy chair of Tourism New Zealand.
D’Aloisio, a former chair of the Australian Securities and Investments Commission, had been chair of Iress since 2014 after joining the board in 2012.