Nexia International (Nexia), the ninth largest global network of independent accounting and consulting firms, has appointed audit IT expert Darren Enderson as its first Chief Digital & Information Officer.
Darren will be responsible for creating and implementing a new IT strategy for Nexia as it embarks on an exciting journey to review, develop and improve its technology capabilities across the network.
Darren will work with member firms to further align technology and best practice standards, improve collaboration and communication and achieve commercial benefits through global technology contracts.
Darren previously worked at BDO LLP UK for 18 years, where he was Head of IT Architecture with both a local and global remit. Globally, he chaired the technical committee overseeing the international network’s audit technology platform, which supported the global audit methodology used by member firms. In the UK he was responsible for ensuring that business needs were supported by IT strategies.
“I’m looking forward to being involved from the start and hope to deliver great value and benefits across the network.”Darren says: “This is an exciting opportunity for me to build the technology function across the Nexia network. From my past experience with an international and member firm model I know what can be achieved and I see a clear willingness from Nexia’s CEO and Chairman to support changes with technology at its core.
Kevin Arnold, CEO of Nexia International, says: “We are delighted to welcome Darren to Nexia. It will be of tremendous benefit to have someone of his calibre driving through the necessary technology changes to bring long-term value and commercial benefit to member firms.”
For more information, please contact:
CEO, Nexia International
T +44 (0)20 7436 1114
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