After a 20 year career in the financial services industry, she most recently worked at Broadridge Financial Solutions, where she was responsible for onboarding large asset managers and financial institutions into account opening systems. Prior to Broadridge, Chau led key digital transformation implementations at Fidelity Clearing Canada, TD Bank and DundeeWealth (now Scotiabank). She received her B.Sc. (Hons.) In Actuarial Science and Statistics from the University of Toronto and also holds the Project Management Professional and Certified Agile Scrum Master certifications.
As the new Vice President of Operations & Finance at Mako, Prodgers will contribute his extensive know-how in measuring success and optimizing company performance. In addition to ensuring that the company complies with international data protection and control standards, he will oversee all financial and operational processes.
In his 15-year career as a management accountant, he was most recently responsible for the planning and optimization of refined procurement processes and headed the business intelligence portfolio of the Supply, Wholesale and Distribution divisions of the Parkland Corporation. He holds a B.Comm in Accounting from Concordia University’s John Molson School of Business, holds both CPA and CMA degrees, and is a partner at Social Venture Partners Calgary.
Victor has been named Mako’s Vice President of Sales and is responsible for establishing Mako Fintech as the world’s leading brand for custom automation solutions in the wealth management sector. Throughout his career, Victor has overseen operations and customer solutions at EY-Parthenon, Lightspeed Commerce and TD Canada Trust. He earned his B.Comm in Accounting from the John Molson School of Business at Concordia University and his MBA from HEC Montreal.
“The top executives we are recruiting for our Montreal headquarters cement the city’s reputation as a Canadian fintech leader,” said Bouskila.