Seccl hires Adam Jones as CTO to oversee 'tech vision'

Octopus-owned tech firm

Jenna Brown
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Seccl has boosted its senior leadership team with the hire of Adam Jones as its first chief technology officer (CTO).

Jones will be responsible for shaping the Octopus-owned custodian and platform technology provider's future technology vision, with executive accountability for all aspects of the company's engineering, data and information security functions, it said. He joins from investment consultancy Redington, where he served as CTO and executive director, as well as managing director of Ada Fintech, the firm's portfolio management, research and governance platform. Prior to Redington, Jones spent five years at Altus, most recently as head of innovation, and before that he worked at FNZ He al...

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