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Kurtosys appoints Lee Godfrey as CEO

Lee_GodfreyLee Godfrey (pictured), a former executive at fund administrator Intertrust Group, has become CEO of Kurtosys, a provider of cloud platforms for asset managers.

According to a statement, the appointment comes at a time when Kurtosys is seeing “extraordinary demands from the investments industry to deploy digital transformation technology” for client and regulatory reporting.  

Godfrey has served as a non-executive director at Kurtosys since 2019 and was most recently managing director, western Europe, at Intertrust Group.

Prior to that he spent 11 years at Kneip, a Luxembourg-based provider of investor reporting services.

Kurtosys has offices in London, Cape Town and North Carolina.

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