Innocap is pleased to welcome its new Chief Technology Officer, Isabelle Colin, to its executive team. Bringing over 20 years of IT management experience in financial services, she will play a key role in positioning our firm as a global leader in the managed account space.
June 12, 2020 – Innocap announced today the appointment of Isabelle Colin as Chief Technology Officer, effective June 1. Ms. Colin joins the firm’s Executive Committee. Bringing over 20 years of IT management experience in the financial services industry, she will lead the development and execution of Innocap’s technology strategy, collaborating closely with a seasoned team of leaders from Innocap’s operations, risk, compliance and legal teams.
Through its dynamic open architecture, Innocap’s managed account platform is engineered for high levels of customization, risk monitoring, transparency and independent governance of investment programs. This appointment demonstrates Innocap’s commitment to strengthening its technology infrastructure in order to offer clients an even more seamless experience in the pursuit of alpha generation in any market environment.
“Isabelle is a proven leader with an impressive track record in large-scale digital transformation,” said François Rivard, Innocap’s President and Chief Executive Officer. “With her unique understanding of how technology and finance intersect, she will be a vital partner for all our teams and will drive innovative solutions and increased value on our platform. Innocap has always considered technological innovation as a strategic enabler to leverage the growth opportunities ahead and position our firm as a global leader in the managed account space. Isabelle will be a key player in our quest for innovation and we are thrilled to welcome her to our leadership team.”
Prior to joining Innocap, Ms. Colin served as Senior Director responsible for the digital strategy and technological evolutions for the Private Markets and Finance teams at PSP Investments. Previously, she spent many years at National Bank of Canada in various technology leadership roles related to IT service delivery, architecture and software development, more specifically for risk management and fixed income securities. She holds a Diploma from the IÉSEG School of Management at the Institute of Scientiﬁc Economics and Management in Lille, France as well as an MBA from Université du Québec à Montréal.
Innocap is also proud to highlight that its Executive Committee has now achieved gender parity. It strives to offer an inclusive and diverse environment and firmly believes that diversity is an essential driver of business performance.
Since 1996, the Innocap Group has offered managed account solutions to a global institutional client base seeking high standards of governance. In addition to its structuring and due diligence expertise during manager selection, the group provides daily supervision of fund operations, customized risk management services and independent governance. Innocap’s model provides investors with in-depth data transparency, including a breakdown of their assets, investment strategy compliance and centralized monitoring of service providers. Innocap sets itself apart in the industry through its expertise, flexibility and state-of-the-art technology.