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INX appoints Luke Disbury as chief financial officer
Fri, 12th Aug 2022
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INX Software has appointed financial executive Luke Disbury as its chief financial officer.

Disbury is an experienced finance director and management consultant who has worked internationally across a range of industries, including oil and gas, mining, consumer products, energy, utilities, healthcare and life sciences.

Prior to joining INX, he held a number of finance, transformation, performance improvement and advisory roles in the UK, Kazakhstan, Switzerland and the Netherlands, and is a Chartered Accountant in Australia and the UK.

Chief executive Marcus Ashby says Disbury's appointment is the next step forward in a rapidly evolving phase of growth for the software developer, which is backed by John Wylie's alternative asset investment vehicle Tanarra Capital.

"Luke's considerable experience across international industries will be an exciting addition to our executive team," Ashby says.

"We have embarked on a transformational journey in 2022, as we reimagined our cloud-first software solutions to help our clients better manage, track, and adapt their performance and impact on people and the environment.

"Luke will help us continue along that path of solving real customer problems by managing risk and compliance while improving operational efficiency."

Disbury says he is excited to join INX at such a pivotal time for the company.

"INX is a market leader of software solutions with a highly-experienced, qualified and innovative executive team," Disbury says.

"I look forward to helping the team achieve its global growth ambitions and continue INX's digital transformation, while also helping our clients achieve their goals of operating in a socially responsible manner."
ISPANZ (New Zealand).

In addition to his role at Vetta Group, Shaun Fisher has been named ISP Association of New Zealand (ISPANZ) president.

In a LinkedIn post, Fisher says he is "Excited to continue to be involved in supporting and advocating on behalf of ISPs in New Zealand."

According to their website, "ISPANZ is a non profit, industry group that represents most Internet Service Providers operating in New Zealand. Our membership includes all the major ISPs outside those of Spark and Vodafone; plus a broad range of medium and small ISPs."

Further, the association's overall purpose is to promote a fair and fully competitive internet marketplace where its members are able to provide the public and New Zealand's economy with the complete benefits of the internet.