David Bull to step down from CEO role at Eight Capital Partners
Eight Capital Partners plc (ECP) announced today that David Bull is stepping down from the Board as Chief Executive Officer.
He joined ECP as a Non-executive Director in June 2021 and was appointed CEO in September. He will leave the Board on August 12, 2022.
Mr Bull, a Chartered Accountant, is a technology driven experienced financial services professional with a banking and financial services digitisation mindset. He has most recently been CFO of Vive Bank a new digital bank targeting banking automation for individuals, and has held senior board roles within banking, asset finance, treasury and credit management institutions.
He has extensive international banking and financial services expertise acquired over more than two decades, including seven years at Deutsche Bank and as Chief Financial Accountant at The Bank of England, where he led a team 30 staff.
Mr Luciano Maranzana has been appointed to the board as a Non-executive Director. Mr Maranzana, 60, has enjoyed a successful professional career spanning nearly 30 years, primarily in asset management. He was previously Managing Director, Italy and Spain for UK investment group Hammerson plc and Managing Director of Valore Reale Sgr Spa, a closed-end fund management company, where under his leadership, the company grew from 5 to over 30 employees with combined assets under management of more than €1.8 billion.
He joins ECP from Negentropy Capital Partners Italia, a London-based alternative investment management and advisory company.
The board of ECP is in the process of appointing a new Chief Executive Officer, as well as considering further additions to the board.