R3, a popular blockchain technology service is still going steady on its hiring spree and the latest addition to the firm comes from Societe Generale. However, the move was first made public via changes made in this executive’s LinkedIn account according to which he starts at the firm starting this month. The newly joined executive – Bryan D’Souza has been serving at Societe Generale for seven years prior to his resignation and decision to join R3.
Bryan made the appointment at R3 public via a post he made in his linked account two days ago in which he commented, “I’m pleased to announce I have joined R3, as a Partner Manager with an EMEA focus after 7 fantastic years at Société Générale. I look forward to helping grow the number of quality CorDapps on the Corda Ecosystem”.
Bryan started his career post graduating with a bachelor’s degree in information’s Systems from Brunel University of London back in 2010. He started his career as a Data Quality Administrator for Ealing Primary Care Trust, a UK based healthcare service provider where he worked as part of the team on major NHS database which was designed to update confidential patient information. He served at the firm for one year post which he did an Internship at AXA investment managers for a period of one year and as Summer Analyst for Citi Group during which he was involved in documenting the process of the firm’s high profile project – BOSTE. Bryan then Co-Founded CMBK an independent streetwear fashion clothing brand and was part o the firm for nearly 5½ years.
Bryan then went on to join Societe Generale’s Corporate and Investment Banking division where he served for a period of 7 years and 2 months. While at Societe Generale, he held multiple roles handling the firm’s Cross Asset Execution, Electronic Trading DMA Client Connectivity, IT business planning Analysis and Knowledge Sharing departments. The firm has been in news recently for doubling the size of its London office and increasing its hiring efforts. These moves are made as part of the firm’s plans to increase its footprint in the European market. Yet another notable update from the firm was announcement revealing plans to open an office in Dublin next year which will become its second office in the European market.
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