Malou Ducomble joins Atoma
Former New York banker and Temenos director Malou Ducomble has joined Atoma Technologies as its new Chief Operating Officer.
She will be working alongside Atoma CEO Chris Li as the company accelerates its plan to raise its global profile and increase sales of its automated testing software for Temenos core banking systems.
Malou has held senior positions at Temenos for 17 years including Director, Audit and Controls, Worldwide Client Services Manager and Managing Director of both North America and Middle East & Africa.
Formally educated in international finances at New York University, Malou started her career working for First Chicago International Banking Corp and Commerzbank New York, before joining the software industry. She then worked for Winter Partners (Zurich), Internet Systems Corp. (Chicago, London, Paris), and latterly Temenos.
Malou said: “ The mounting pressure on banks to protect margins in this highly competitive landscape means that automation of many of the time-consuming test functions is critical. My job is to ensure Atoma take full advantage of this opportunity.”
Commenting on her appointment Chris Li said: “We are thrilled to welcome Malou to Atoma where her unique experience of both the finance and software industries will provide us with the quality leadership we need to take the business to the next stage of its development.”
Atoma, which has offices in the UK, Switzerland and Hungary, offers a range of software suites designed to automate the change, test and release cycles on the Temenos core banking platform.
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