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Superloop names former Suncorp exec as new CFO

Superloop names former Suncorp exec as new CFO

New CFO to accelerate Superloop’s expansion

Superloop chief financial officer, Greg Bryant.

Superloop chief financial officer, Greg Bryant.

Telecommunications infrastructure provider Superloop has appointed former Suncorp Bank executive Greg Bryant as its chief financial officer.

It is hoped Bryant’s appointment will help accelerate Superloop’s expansion and commercial objectives, including the delivery of its fibre optic networks in Singapore and Australia.

Superloop chief executive officer, Daniel Abrahams, said that he was excited that Bryant had decided to join Superloop.

“Greg’s addition to the team will help accelerate the execution of Superloop’s vision to become a leading service provider of connectivity services across the Asia Pacific Region”, he said.

“Greg’s appointment is a key part of the scale-up of Superloop’s corporate and operational plans in preparation for what is expected to be an exciting year for the company and its shareholders.”

Bryant was previously chief financial Officer for Suncorp Bank.

He was a key member of the leadership team that steered the bank through the global financial crisis to its position in 2014 as the fifth largest bank in Australia, according to a company statement.

He has also worked in senior finance roles for AMP Bank, and Australian National Credit Union.

Established in 2014, Superloop is an infrastructure provider of dark fibre connectivity services to large network providers and enterprises operating in the Australian and Singapore markets.

It is building a new independent dark fibre network connecting key points of presence in key Asian markets.

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