Misys GC takes acting CEO role amid £2bn merger
FTSE 250 technology company Misys has handed general counsel Tom Kilroy a role on the company's board as acting CEO amid £2bn merger negotiations with Swiss rival Temenos. Misys announced the appointment on 8 February after former chief executive Mike Lawrie's resignation from the company. Kilroy (pictured) has taken over the CEO role with immediate effect, although Lawrie will remain at Misys until 31 March this year.
FTSE 250 technology company Misys has handed general counsel Tom Kilroy a role on the company’s board as acting CEO amid £2bn merger negotiations with Swiss rival Temenos.
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