FNZ chief operating officer exits after Aviva re-platforming woes

Platform's three months of pain

Tom Ellis
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Platform technology provider FNZ and its chief operating officer Douglas Boyce have parted ways following Aviva's trouble-hit re-platforming project.

Professional Adviser understands FNZ were keen to make senior personnel changes in response to the litany of troubles Aviva have suffered since finishing its re-platforming project more than three months ago in January. It is also understood the Aviva platform's reported complications over the so-called MiFID II 10% notification rule was the final straw. FNZ confirmed Boyce, who was responsible for "asset servicing" in his role, has left the business. Christian Dougal, the company's chief risk officer, has replaced him as chief operating officer. Dougal worked at Aegon for 16 years be...

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