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Eze Castle taps John Brennan for Chief Strategy Officer role

Wednesday, January 29, 2020
Opalesque Industry Update - Eze Castle Integration, a global managed service provider to the financial sector, today announced that John Brennan has joined as Chief Strategy Officer. In this role, Brennan will oversee the strategic evolution of Eze Castle's solutions and identify new growth opportunities.

Brennan is a recognized technology leader and visionary who has served as the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) at multiple highly respected hedge fund and alternative investment firms. Most recently he served as CTO at Highfields Capital, a value-oriented investment management firm in Boston. Previously Brennan held CTO roles at Dawson-Samberg Capital Management, Andor Capital Management and Pequot Capital. He is also a founding member and vice-chairman of AITEC, an influential alternative investments peer community trusted by firms across the globe.

"John's wealth of experience intersects directly with Eze Castle Integration's future. At Eze Castle, our vision is to be a trusted advisor to clients around the globe, delivering innovative technology solutions that transform their businesses. John's professional history, deep industry insights and unique understanding of Eze Castle Integration are incredible assets as we execute against this vision," said John Cahaly, Chief Executive Officer at Eze Castle Integration.

John Brennan said, "The race to embrace new technologies from cloud and cyber to applications and digital transformation has created a significant opportunity for innovative companies like Eze Castle Integration. Over the past two decades, Eze Castle Integration has been an industry leader with first to market solutions and a focus on customer success. I look forward to helping the company execute on its vision and believe Eze Castle Integration is uniquely positioned to deliver even greater value to its clients."

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