news & pr from Opus Nebula

Opus Nebula appoints Jonathan Clark as non-executive director

By Andrew Sherlock, Chief Operating Officer, Opus Nebula

Share this resource

Reporting as a Service improves reporting outputs, allows more time for client servicing, brings flexibility and scale to your client and fund reporting, lowers operational risk and reduces your costs

View Solution Provider Profile

Connect with Opus Nebula

Opus Nebula quick links
by Opus Nebula
| 28/04/2020 12:00:00

London 28th April 2020: Opus Nebula is pleased to announce that Jonathan Clark has joined the Board of Directors as a Non-Executive Director

Jonathan Clark comments: “I’m extremely excited to join Opus Nebula at this stage in its history, having closely watched the firm grow from start-up to become one of the leading providers of client and fund reporting solutions to the investment management industry. From the outset, I was impressed by the way Opus Nebula challenged the traditional operating model by offering a highly automated, cloud-based service to help firms improve their investment reporting and achieve much greater efficiency at a lower overall cost.”

Jonathan has extensive experience of building and nurturing successful service-oriented companies in the investment management sector. Having founded Citisoft in 1986, he grew the company into a leading trans-Atlantic consulting firm for the buy-side. When Citisoft was acquired by Tech Mahindra in 2005, Jonathan led the integration and went on to head up Tech Mahindra’s Financial Services division.

Andrew Sherlock, co-founder and Chief Operating Officer of Opus Nebula, comments: “I am absolutely delighted to welcome Jonathan to the Board as a Non-Executive Director. He is highly regarded within the investment management sector and brings a wealth of experience and knowledge across all aspects of the industry. We are delighted that Jonathan is joining us and we look forward to his valuable contribution in growing our company and developing the Board’s strategic vision.”

See original article: