Capco adds Bryant Fuller as Partner in Charlotte office

29 October 2018 3 min. read
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Financial services-focused tech and management consultancy Capco has appointed seasoned consultant Bryant Fuller as a Partner in their US Wealth & Asset Management practice. Fuller brings over 20 years of experience advising clients on wealth management and digital transformations to the role. He will be based out of Charlotte, NC.

Within its Wealth and Asset Management practice, Capco supports financial services clients in areas like IT Strategy, Digital and API Banking, Regulatory Reporting, Data and Analytics, and Back Office Automation. Through its various offerings in the practice, Capco aims to help wealth managers optimize their operations through the successful integration of emerging technologies.

The London-based consultancy has now appointed a new Partner in its US Wealth and Asset Management practice. Bryant Fuller joins the firm after serving as Executive Director in EY’s Wealth and Asset Management practice for the last six years. At EY, he was Americas Digital Leader for the practice, leading cross-services teams to support client digital transformations.Capco adds Bryant Fuller as Partner in Charlotte officeBefore that, Fuller was a Director, Brokerage and Advice Technology, at TIAA – the leading provider of financial services to the academic, research, medical, and governmental fields. Prior to his seven-year stint with TIAA, Fuller was a Product Manager at asset management technology firm Omgeo (since acquired by DTCC). Fuller started his career as a Management Consultant at Accenture.

“Wealth Management continues to be a thriving part of our rapidly growing business. We are always looking to attract the best talent to the firm and we are delighted that Bryant is coming on board to build out our business in the South East, and to work with me to build out the overall Wealth Management capability in the US,” said Kapin Vora, Partner and Head of Capco’s US Wealth Management practice. “His depth of experience, particularly in digital transformation projects, will complement our existing capabilities and enable us to continue offering our clients innovative and bespoke solutions.”

With Wealth Management clients – as well as financial services more broadly – seeking out support in digital transformations, Capco and other consultancies are constantly on the lookout for more digital talent to satisfy client demand. The firm currently draws on the technology and management consulting skills of 4000 professionals across 28 global offices.

“As firms continue to look for third-party expertise in developing customer-centric digital capabilities, we’re always looking to add talented professionals who understand the complexities of today’s investment landscape,” Vora added. “We are pleased to welcome Bryant as a Partner and believe our growing client base will benefit greatly from his deep industry expertise.”

Fuller holds a BS in Business Administration from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

In other Capco hiring news, the firm recently appointed Matt Singleton as a Partner in its Digital practice. Singleton brings over 14 years’ experience advising financial services clients across the globe to Capco’s NYC office.