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Former Financial Times CEO joins Aztec board

Former Financial Times CEO joins Aztec board

Thursday 16 January 2014

Former Financial Times CEO joins Aztec board

Thursday 16 January 2014

Fund services business, the Aztec Group, has appointed Stephen Hill as a new non-executive director.

It says that Mr Hill’s appointment will support the successful continued growth and future ambitious expansion of the group. The Aztec Group launched in 2001 and now employs over 180 staff across four locations providing first class fund services to private equity and real estate funds.

Mr Hill has extensive experience in media and online businesses, having been the youngest ever CEO of the Financial Times from 1996 and 2002, and subsequently CEO of the internet start up Betfair. Stephen successfully steered Betfair through rapid expansion, building a solid and scalable business model. He has served on the boards of Channel Four Television Ltd, Royal Sun Alliance Insurance Group plc, Psion plc, and as Chairman of the Board of Interactive Data Corp in the USA. 

Mr Hill is currently an independent director of IG Group plc and also an independent director of SandAire Ltd, a multi-family office private wealth manager. He is Chairman of the Royal National Institute for Deaf People and a member of the Advisory Board of the Cambridge University Judge Business School.

Edward Moore, Aztec Group’s CEO, said: “I am delighted to welcome Stephen to the Aztec Group and look forward to his contribution in helping to shape the future of the Group.  Stephen has a wealth of experience working with companies that have delivered successful growth and we look forward to leveraging off his experience as we continue to build the Aztec Group business.”

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