Sydney, 15 November 2019 – Shoreline Consulting (‘Shoreline’), a specialist consultancy to the asset and wealth management industries, has announced the appointment of Barnaby Edmunds as Director of the Australian business.
Shoreline Managing Director John DiBiase says “we are pleased to welcome Barnaby to the Shoreline team. His 15 years of asset management experience and understanding of front office workflows, technology platforms, and service providers compliments and extends our capability. As asset owners continue to internalise investment management activities, and asset managers look to extend and enrich capabilities with an eye on efficiencies and cost, Barnaby will assist in deepening our front office service offer to assist clients with these objectives.”
Barnaby Edmunds says “I am delighted to join Shoreline and work in collaboration with business and IT leaders globally to develop, challenge and lead strategic direction in platforms and processes for the front office. In this ever changing landscape, joining a market leading company like Shoreline will enable us to better support organisations through industry, regulatory and strategic challenges being faced at a rate not seen before.”
Barnaby has worked in the investment management industry for over 15 years with a focus on development and investment platforms, process improvement and execution strategy for large global Asset Managers. Prior to Shoreline, Barnaby was Executive Manager Equity Platforms for First Sentier where he was responsible for all Equity and FX, research, Order management and execution platforms. Prior to this he worked in consultancy and software development functions covering order management, execution and proprietary management tools for leading European investment firms.
Shoreline provides strategic consulting and program implementation with specific expertise in Operating Model Design, IT Strategy & Architecture, Data Management and Product Advisory. Shoreline was established in Sydney, Australia in 2009 and has offices in Sydney, Melbourne and Singapore.