After nearly ten years at Dresdner Kleinwort, I shall be leaving the bank at
the end of this week. It’s been a wonderful time: I’ve had the opportunity
to work with many truly talented people, been given the freedom to
experiment with real innovation in technology and its application,
experienced being part of a close and resilient culture over a decade of
tumult and change. But now it’s time to move on. My thanks to all concerned.
I’ve never worked for a competitor in my life, either by accident or design.
That trend serendipitously continues, and from 1st October I am taking over
as CIO, Global Services, BT.
My best wishes to all at Dresdner Kleinwort, especially to those who have
worked with me, supported me and encouraged me. You know who you are.
58 thoughts on “Moving on”
wow well done – luck – you will need it!!!!
As you know already: I’m thrilled! I look forward to benefiting from your leadership and vision. He trully has a sense of humour, making it seem such a small world. CONGRATULATIONS!
Good luck JP, I am sure you are are goinmg to do well on this larger stage
Harish, Azeem, Kam, Andi, Haniff, thanks for the wishes. rgds
I have been reading your blog for quite some time. I would like to congratulate you on your new role. BT is a company that needs a thoughtful individual such as yourself in order to cope in a world that is requiring more adaptiveness than ever before.
Congratulations once again, and I hope you will find the time to continue with the blog, and also to meet sometime, as I am often in London.
Congratulations JP on your new(ish) role! I hope you got to see lots of cricket over the summer and I hope to catch up with you before too long.
JP is doing great it seems at BT.
What do you all think of their own source SDK for free access to web services including SMS?