IQ-EQ hires new Group Chief Commercial Officer to facilitate growth plans
Emma Crabtree has joined the investor services firm, IQ-EQ, as Group Chief Commercial Officer, following a year which has seen major growth, the firm writes.
A leading figure in the industry with over 26 years of experience in financial service institutions, Crabtree has an established track record of delivering commercial business value in senior executive positions across the industry.
Most recently, Crabtree held the position of Global Head of Sales of a leading global custodian securities services provider, working with a team of over 200 sales and relationship management professionals to drive global sales opportunities across existing clients and new prospects.
In her new role at IQ-EQ, Crabtree will play a leading role in championing organic growth across the business. She will be responsible for the Group’s commercial and segment strategy, growth plans, go to market approach and continuing to build a Group wide unified commercial and sales culture.
Commenting on her new position, Crabtree says: “I am thrilled to be joining IQ-EQ at what is an exciting time for the company. 2021 marked a huge year for the business. From the US acquisitions of Constellation Advisers, Greyline Partners and Concord Trust Company, through to launching IQ-EQ Compass to support clients on their ESG journey, I’m excited to build on this growth in 2022 and beyond. IQ-EQ is known for its client delivery service excellence and for being a disruptive agent for change in the industry and I am looking forward to bringing my experience to drive forward this continued expansion in the years to come.”
Group Chief Executive Officer, Mark Pesco, says: “We’re excited to be welcoming Emma to the business. With a strong track record of delivering commercial value in the industry, Emma will be instrumental in delivering on our Vision 20 24 journey. Our decision to bring Emma into this vital role reflects the confidence we have in her capacity to deliver on our ambitious plans for the coming years.”