Capital Support Taps RAB Vet As Tech Head

Jul 3 2012 | 10:25am ET

IT provider Capital Support has hired RAB Capital’s former chief technical officer to oversee its own technical services team.

Ray Bricknell joins Capital Support’s senior management team with a mandate to help “expand, enhance and further improve Capital Support's portfolio of services and solutions for hedge funds and private equity managers.”

Bricknell brings over 30 years of experience in the IT industry. His previous roles include senior program management positions at Prudential, Marsh McLennan and Barclays. Bricknell also held senior positions in the hedge funds and fund of funds space, most recently at RAB.

The UK-based Capital Support was founded in 2002 and now provides IT solutions to several hundred organizations across that country and internationally.

Nigel Brooks, managing partner at Capital Support, said in a statement:

“Ray brings a wealth of knowledge to this role…He will become an invaluable member of the team, as he looks to widen our current capabilities with a specific focus on the needs of hedge and private equity fund managers, from start-up to institutional in size.”

 

 


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