Delta Capita Names Nicholas Bone, Head of Sales, Post-Trade Managed Services

Delta Capita Names Nicholas Bone, Head of Sales, Post-Trade Managed Services

July 13, 2021

Delta Capita announced it has named Nicholas Bone as its new Head of Sales for the post-trade managed services division.

According to an official press release shared with Finance Magnates, Nicholas Bone, a financial executive with two decades of global banking experience, has been chosen by Delta Capita, a global provider of managed services, technology solutions and consulting, as its new Head of Sales for its post-trade managed services division.

In his new role, Bone will drive the firm’s global post-trade managed services offering, focusing on client engagement and development. He will build on the companies recent success in structured retail products and client lifecycle management. In addition, Delta Capita is enhancing its client offering in post-trade managed services which forms part of the next phase of its growth strategy.

Bone brings in excess of 20 years of experience in global banking. This expertise covers a wide area, including operations, business development, product development, fintech, network management, sales and global relationship management.

Reviewing Bone’s Vocational Past

Nicholas Bone, Head of Sales Post-Trade Managed Services, Delta Capita. Source: LinkedIn.com

Earlier to the announcement, Bone has been working as a Mentor for the Rowad Accelerator Program at Bahrain Development Bank. For the past three and a half years, he has successfully met requirements in Bahrain, according to his LinkedIn profile.

Prior to the role of Mentor, Bone served Brown Brothers Harriman until June 2021. Recently, as Senior Vice President of Business Development, Financial Institutions, Europe, he spent eighteen months in London. Before he received the promotion, he took on the responsibilities of Senior Vice President of Investor Services.

Before that, he founded Equichain and took on the role of CEO. For three and a half years, he led the provider of blockchain technology and crypto solutions for capital markets.

At Standard Chartered Bank he spent almost nine years with the financial institution. His last appointment was Global Head, Investment Banks & Broker-Dealers, Transaction Banking, which began in October 2014. Prior to that, he took on the challenge of Director of Transaction Banking Sales for six years.

Also, BNY Mellon benefitted from his experience as its Vice President, Global Relationship Manager, Network Management. Over the course of seven years, he proved his worth in the role.

Previously, at Deutsche Bank, he gained experience as a Senior Analyst, Fixed Income & Repo Operations at the turn of the century.

While his career began in 1997 with the Bank of England where he was a Supervisor of TARGET Liquidity & Correspondent Central Banking (CCBM).

Reinventing the Financial Services Value Chain

Bone retains expertise in post-trade, capital markets and innovation, and he has been on many industry committees throughout his career. These include the ISSA working group on DLT and at Standard Chartered on the SWIFT Innotribe DLT Challenge.

Commenting on the appointment, Gary Bullock, Head of Post-trade at Delta Capita, said: “We are delighted that Nicholas has joined us in this new role to support the acceleration of our managed services and post-trade strategy. His combined experience across the post-trade, asset servicing and fintech industries, complemented with our innovative and entrepreneurial culture will enable us to continue Reinventing the Financial Services Value Chain.”

“The opportunity to mutualise critical, but non-differentiating post-trade operational processes has never been greater. By providing common operational services for the industry, clients will significantly reduce their cost bases, allowing them to focus on value-added activities at a higher margin. I am excited to join Delta Capita to further develop this capability and look forward to delivering on the opportunity that lies ahead,” Bone added.

 

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