Delta Capita announced that it has brought Christina Di Nolfo on board as its new Head of Solutions, effective immediately.
In a press release shared with FortuneZ, Christina Di Nolfo, a financial executive veteran with more than twenty-seven years of global experience, has been named by Delta Capita, a global consulting provider of managed services and technology solutions, as its new Head of Solutions. She will focus on driving the client technology solutions proposition.
Di Nolfo will take on the responsibility of building new digital solutions to meet a range of customer requirements. This will occur through technical innovation combined with the global provider’s managed service solutions and consulting expertise.
Glancing Back at Di Nofo’s Career
Along with her new role as Head of Solutions at Delta Capita, Di Nolfo fulfils a number of other posts. These include being a Non-Executive Director at both Fortuna FX and Strategic Ratings Limited, which are located in London, England. Additionally, she has been working as a freelance Global Financial Services consultant for the last three and a half years.
Prior to her existing positions, she served Quant Foundry Limited as an Executive Director on its Executive Leadership Team.
Earlier on, at Thomson Reuters, she was the Head of Advisory Partnerships for the EMEA region. For more than three and a half years, she built the Strategic Advisory Partnerships for Thomson Reuters in EMEA. By working with the Advisory Partners, she developed joint value propositions, built an enablement structure and go to market model.
Moreover, Hewlett-Packard employed Di Nofo as a Strategist of Strategic Enterprise Services in the EMEA region. Based in Zurich, she consulted and supported clients in the cultivation and execution of strategic portfolio solutions. This covered HP’s innovation spread of offerings and best of breed technologies.
From June 2009 to November 2010, Avaya recruited her as a Global Account Manager of Financial Services.
Before that, she worked at Siperian as a Business Development Director of Central and Eastern Europe for sixteen months.
IBM utilised her services in March 2005 in the position of Master Data Management, Information Transformation Solutions – Portfolio Lead CEE. She successfully achieved targets in the three-year stint.
Moreover, she served Dun & Bradstreet Switzerland in Zurich in a position entitled Global Customers for two years. Also, Ambridge Group recruited her services as a Business Development Director from 1996 to 2001. Though originally, she began in sales at Eurosoft back in 1993.
The Firm Is Expanding Exponentially
Delta Capita states it is advancing the firm’s mission to extend its reach by reinventing the end-to-end customer journey. The definition of financial services is continuously expanding, and Delta Capita is looking at all of these opportunities.
Di Nolfo is an experienced business consultant and responsible for leading financial services clients across insurance and banking globally. In addition, she has been able to develop start-ups by devising and deploying market-leading propositions, including co-founding a global telecommunications consultancy.
Steve Vinnicombe, Head of Consulting & Solutions at Delta Capita, said, “I am very excited to welcome Christina to the Delta Capita family. Her experience in financial services technology in Europe, the UK and beyond will be an important asset to us as we look to drive the digital transformation of client experience for Financial Institutions. Simplifying operational processes will drive cost savings and introducing customers to new products and services will drive revenues for our Financial Institution clients. Christina’s strong client relationship focus and commercial acumen will drive our Technology Solutions agenda towards its vision of Reinventing the Financial Services Value Chain.”
Di Nolfo said “I am delighted to be joining Delta Capita at a time where the firm is expanding exponentially. The opportunity to enhance customer experience for financial services institutions, driving cost savings and new revenue is one that excites me. The broad range of Delta Capita technology products and our innovative commercial propositions will be important in expanding Delta Capita’s reach within financial services and other related sectors.”