Former JDX partner Julieann Hall joins Delta Capita

22 January 2016 2 min. read
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Delta Capita, a consultancy with a focus on the financial services industry, has appointed Julieann Hall as Global Head of Business Development.

Julieann Hall joins the London office of Delta Capita – the management and technology consultancy also has hubs in Amsterdam and Singapore – after three years as Managing Director at financial services consultancy JDX, where she was a founder member of the business helping to grow the business to over 250 full time employees. In a career spanning two decades Hall has held positions at among others J.P Morgan and SunGard and gained a wealth of experience working for various technology and group and company start-ups.

In the newly created position, Hall will be responsible for increasing Delta Capita’s global client-base, with an immediate focus on identifying new business opportunities across London and Asia. A key part of her remit will be developing new consortia projects, bringing together market participants and technology providers to develop new services to the industry. “At a time when the financial services industry continues to face a number of competitive and regulatory challenges, consortia projects provide an opportunity to mutualise cost and improve capability. Delta Capita is leading the charge in this area and challenging the established consulting business model. I look forward to making a big contribution to Delta Capita’s growth by broadening its client reach internationally,” comments Hall.

Julieann Hall, Joe Channer

Joe Channer, one of the three co-founders of Delta Capita and the firm’s CEO, adds: “Julieann’s expertise in building relationships, coupled with her proven track record of achieving business growth, made her the clear choice to support our global expansion. We are focused on developing long-term partnerships across the financial sector, and Julieann’s background will enable her to play a critical role in this.”

In Q4 last year Delta Capita also boosted its leadership team with former Morgan Stanley and Lehman Brothers executive Giles Kenwright.