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April 1, 2019

David Delaney joins as a Non-Executive Director

IPSX, the International Property Securities Exchange, is pleased to announce the appointment of David Delaney to the Group Board as a Non-Executive Director.  

David brings extensive relevant financial and technology markets experience with him. He is currently Chief Commercial Officer at Voxsmart, a fintech firm founded in 2006 which specialises in the capture, recording, storage and analysis of mobile communications and which is primarily focused on financial services

Previously, he spent almost four years with Thomson Reuters as Head of Strategic Clients and Solutions EMEA, with responsibility for managing relationships with Thomson Reuters’ top clients.

David previously spent 19 years with Credit Suisse, latterly as Managing Director and Global Head of Fixed Income Sales for Interest Rate Products and where he also served as a Member of Fixed Income Operating Committee, Member of the Global Rates Operating Committee, and as a Member of the Managing Director Election Committee.

David obtained an MBA from London Business School in 1993 and is a graduate of Exeter University (BSc (Hons) Chemistry). 

Commenting on the appointment, Anthony Gahan, Founder & Chairman of IPSX, said: “I am delighted to welcome David to our Board. We will greatly value the experience and insights he brings, particularly of the fixed income markets which are highly relevant to IPSX, and very much look forward to working with him.”   

David Delaney said: “IPSX is uniquely introducing a completely new and easier way of investing in commercial real estate in answering investor demands for greater access to the yields that these assets can deliver, via a liquid and regulated market.  I am delighted to be joining the IPSX Group Board at such an exciting stage in the development of its business, following the achievement of regulator recognition and with the impending launch of the first IPOs on the new exchange.”

IPSX is in discussion with a broad range of early potential issuers, including private equity real estate funds, sovereign wealth funds, major quoted real estate groups and owner-occupiers seeking a new way to unlock value from their real estate holdings.