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New Chief Change Officer at Crestbridge

New Chief Change Officer at Crestbridge

Wednesday 02 February 2022

New Chief Change Officer at Crestbridge

Wednesday 02 February 2022


Crestbridge has appointed a professional with more than 25 years’ experience in IT strategy as its new Chief Change Officer.

The firm says James Young has played a pivotal role in managing the day-to-day operational aspects of its IT infrastructure since he joined the business four years ago as Group Head of Technology and Change.

In his new role on the senior leadership team, Mr Young will take a lead and provide oversight on key change and technology initiatives across the business. 

He will work in close collaboration with all of Crestbridge’s key service lines, as well its group functions spanning marketing, business development, people, risk and finance, to ensure a holistic and joined-up approach to digital implementation and change.

Before joining Crestbridge, James was responsible for the operational technology systems for a leading manager of intellectual property to a global client base, headquartered in Jersey and with a team of more than 100 employees spread across 26 offices. 

Chief Executive Dean Hodcroft said: “Client expectations are becoming increasingly complex and it is imperative that we keep adapting our technologies to meet their changing needs. 

“To reflect our commitment to the continued evolution of our technology and our strategic change programmes, it is important that we have the right structure in place internally. James has been instrumental in driving our change agenda to date and his knowledge and expertise make him an invaluable member of our experienced senior leadership team.”

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