OneVue appoints CIO

OneVue has bolstered its cybersecurity team and increased its focus on planning for growth with the appointment of Anne Coull as chief information officer (CIO).

Coull joined the firm from Westpac, where she was the director of the group-wide security risk and culture program.

Prior to that she was the interim sales director at Class Finance, the IT organisation integration change manager at AMP, and the project/program manager at Colonial First State.

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Coull said her new appointment would not only further OneVue’s security approach, but also help the firm’s clients.

“There are a lot of smaller businesses out there who just don’t know where to start, because cybersecurity is painted as a very scary and complicated thing,” she said. “But at OneVue, we are fortunate to have global custodians and banks as clients and this has introduced institutional grade rigour to the table, which means we can work with all clients, large and small, to innovate and embrace new technologies within a security aware environment.”

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