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Consilium appoints head of wrap platform solutions

Consilium has appointed a new face to lead its wrap platform solutions.

Monday, December 16th 2019, 8:10PM

Dayle McDonald

It has appointed Dayle McDonald to the role.

She will manage services and solutions, with a focus on driving the company's strategic direction, as well as enhancements for customers, through the Consilium Platform custodial wrap service.

“Dayle McDonald is an up and coming young leader in the New Zealand fintech world and has been instrumental in the continued success of Consilium," said managing director Scott Alman.

McDonald has been with Consilium since it started.

She will lead the team for Consilium Wrap 2.0, due to launch in April 2020. She was a key presenter at the national roadshow recently.

“The launch of Consilium Wrap 2.0 gives us the opportunity to implement feedback we have received from advisers and clients over the last four years,” McDonald said.

“Beyond the amazing technology on offer, it is our service that sets Consilium apart and has been our focus from the beginning. My experience with other platforms available in the New Zealand market, and my career dealing with advisers every day, means I can truly say Consilium’s service will help advisers get the most value out of this new technology. It is going to tick a lot of boxes.

“I have been a part of the wrap from the beginning. It’s great that we are investing in our service with a 30% increase in direct support staff resourcing ahead of the launch next year.”

McDonald has a graduate diploma in business studies, with an endorsement in personal financial planning, from Massey University.

Consilium has also appointed Louisa Yandle as solutions specialist.

She has worked with Macquarie Bank and ANZ in Sydney developing equity and loan-based investment instruments.

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