By John D'Antona Editor, Traders Magazine

Delta Capita Appoints Kevin Covington to its Board as a Non-Executive Director.

08.17.2016 By John D'Antona Editor, Traders Magazine

Delta Capita – Delta Capita appoints Kevin Covington to its Board as a Non-Executive Director. Kevin is well-known within the financial services industry for his technology expertise, and has featured in the top 40 of Institutional Investor’s Trading Technology’s most influential people for two consecutive years. He also acts as a mentor at a number of fintech accelerators.

He brings with him nearly three decades of industry experience, including four years at the helm of ITRS. In his time there, Kevin was instrumental in transitioning the company from a founder-led organisation to a professionally run private equity-backed business.

Kevin Covington, Non-Executive Director at Delta Capita, comments: “Delta Capita is experiencing an exciting period of growth, underlined by a number of key industry engagements including appointment as consulting partner to the Plato Partnership. My core role will be to build on Delta Capita’s achievements in bringing innovative IP-led technology solutions to market to solve real client problems. I will also be working closely with the senior management team to support the next stage of business growth.”

Joe Channer, CEO at Delta Capita, continues: “We’re delighted to be able to welcome an industry luminary such as Kevin to Delta Capita. At Delta Capita we have created an entrepreneurial and creative environment which encourages collaboration amongst our business experts and leading technology thinkers such as Kevin. In particular, he will play a critical part in shaping our technology proposition and in helping position our business for growth and next stage investment.

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