For over 20 years, EValue has been at the forefront of leading-edge technology supporting financial planning and investment advice in the UK. Chet Velani has been with EValue since its inception, and throughout his tenure has gained a unique combination of technical, operational and client engagement experience. Chet’s experiences across the entire business, and his deep understanding of the financial services industry, will help EValue develop a more operational based marketing approach to align with EValue’s future ambitions. Following a transition period, Ben Cicchetti will leave EValue for a new role within the data industry.
Paul McNamara, CEO at EValue, commented: “EValue continues to grow strongly in an exciting part of the market. I am delighted to welcome Chet to our leadership team as Marketing Director. Given his strong understanding of our business and our market place, and the drive and enthusiasm he will bring to his new role as Marketing Director, I am confident that Chet will lead us through the next phase of development to ensure EValue remains at the forefront of the FinTech market.
I would also like to thank Ben Cicchetti for his strong contribution to EValue over the last four years. Ben joined EValue in 2014 and has transformed the company’s approach to marketing and has helped establish us as a leading player in the FinTech space.
I look forward to the opportunities ahead for EValue as it further enhances its proposition for clients, building on its innovative capabilities and strong heritage including unparalleled investment modelling, risk assessment and advice tools.”
Chet Velani commented: “I am excited to be moving into this new role. I’m particularly looking forward to working with the leadership team on helping EValue achieve its ambition and potential in the years to come. Over the last decade, I’ve been fortunate enough to gain experience in the operational and client development fields and look forward to using this experience to enhance and shape EValue’s future marketing strategy.”