Blockchain Firm Fimatix Appoints Tim Howarth As Managing Director For Financial Servicesbr>
Financial services consultancy Fimatix has appointed Tim Howarth as Managing Director for Financial Services.
Fimatix builds banks and e-money FinTech challengers from scratch and have been through the regulatory process with the FCA and PRA. They also offer unique products and services in automation in financial services operations, where we have the market leading product Opsmatix. The firm has expertise in delivering Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) and Blockchain plus extensive agile software delivery, AI and Cloud in leading global financial services companies.
Having previously been a Partner at KPMG and having held senior roles across the City, including at the Financial Services Authority, for over 20 years, Howarth brings a deep level of financial services experience. He will play a key role in driving new technological innovation, and solutions that are relevant to client demands, for the good of businesses, the economy and people around the world. The initial focus of his work is on innovation, creating new solutions that will help the financial sector, government and our community to tackle the challenges posed by COVID-19.
“We are delighted to announce that Tim is joining the team,” said Stephen O’Sullivan, Executive Chairman and Co-founder of Fimatix. “His drive, client-focus and innovative thinking, alongside his financial services expertise, will help us support our customers with the solutions they need during this dynamic time of change.”
Howarth said that he’s pleased to be joining a team with such strong expertise across agile consulting, training, AI enabled solutions, machine learning, intelligent automation, blockchain, data analytics and transformation.
“I’m excited about the opportunity to play a key role in building the business, driving growth and using new technology to create solutions that are truly relevant to client demands,” Howarth said. “My initial focus is purpose-driven, supporting customers on their return to work planning and on the response to COVID-19.”