By: 9 August 2023

Liam Healy will lead the UK-based fintech's international growth

FE fundinfo appoints new chief executive officer

FE fundinfo, an investment fund data fintech, has appointed Liam Healy as its chief executive officer.  

Healy will use his experience working for software-as-a-service companies in Europe, Asia and the US, to support the fintech’s growth.  

He brings to the role more than 15 years of experience in go-to-market strategy, product delivery and mergers and acquisitions.  

David Blumer, chairman at FE fundinfo, said: “Liam’s background makes him a great fit for us, to perfectly support our aspirations to grow internationally as well as in our core markets such as Luxembourg, Switzerland, Australia and the UK.  

“He has a proven track record and his passion and commitment towards client centricity and excellent service really stood out to us.” 

Healy joins the UK-based fintech from Diligent, a governance company, where he was managing director for their international business.  

Liam Healy

On his new role, Healy said: “Our customers need to simultaneously navigate several challenges, such as regulatory change, distributed workforces, evolving investor preferences and data integrity.  

“There is a unique opportunity to both deliver truly unparalleled value to help solve these challenges.” 

Private equity firm Hg, invested in Fundinfo in 2016 and then FE and f2c in 2018, to bring together and form FE fundinfo.  

Sebastien Briens, partner at Hg, added: “His appointment positions FE fundinfo well to drive Hg’s long-term ambitions for the company and support further growth.” 

Image: FE fundinfo  

Josh Poyser
Josh Poyser is an editor at FinTech Intel. He has written about fintech for several years and appeared at FinTech Connect 2023 on the 'Unlocking Success: The Art of Fintech PR' panel.