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Thompsett becomes COO at Artex, Marshall named CFO

18th July 2019 - Author: Luke Gallin

Artex Risk Solutions, a provider of insurance, reinsurance, and alternative risk management solutions, has announced the appointments of Stephen Thompsett as Chief Operating Officer (COO) and Brandon Marshall as Chief Financial Officer (CFO).

Artex RiskThompsett joined Artex in 2018 as Chief Information Officer, and has 20 years of technology and operations experience within the financial services industry. As COO, he will be responsible for all aspects of the firm’s operations, including information technology strategy, operational efficiency, and outsourcing and risk management.

Artex states that a key part of his responsibilities will include the management of the Future Fit programme, which sees Artex develop systems and processes that are required for the business model of the future.

Marshall was previously Finance Director of the company’s North America unit, having joined the firm in 2017, bringing almost 20 years of industry experience. As CFO, he takes responsibility for all of the firm’s financial planning and analysis, accounting and compliance. Marshall will be tasked with directing the strategic planning and budget process, and will collaborate with Artex business leaders.

Artex Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Peter Mullen said: “I am delighted to make these two executive appointments. Both Steve and Brandon have been exceptional members of our team and in these new roles they will continue to help us drive our company forward.”

Both executive-level promotions are effective July 17th, 2019.

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