Tracy Jensen appointed 10X CFO

01 March 201810X Investments
Tracy Jensen.

Tracy Jensen.

10X Investments announced on Thursday that Tracy Jensen has been promoted to the position of Chief Financial Officer with immediate effect.

An actuary with a Masters in Financial Modelling, Jensen has filled many different roles in six years at 10X, from product development, through corporate sales, to trustee, spokesperson and Chief Operating Officer.

Jensen said she has learnt so much in the various roles she has fulfilled at 10X. “It would have taken me decades to acquire this level of experience in a large financial organisation.”

Steven Nathan, 10X’s chief executive, said he believed Jensen would add substantial value in the role of Chief Financial Officer thanks to her qualifications, key skills and diverse experience.

“Tracy has an intimate understanding of almost every area of our business,” Nathan said. “Equally important is Tracy’s alignment with 10X’s core purpose and values, which she demonstrates daily in her interactions with colleagues, clients and suppliers.”

Jensen said she hopes to leverage her experience “to develop a holistic framework that integrates both our business and financial strategy where each informs the other”.

“This framework will allow us to understand the future implications of business decisions made today on our valuation, growth and financial requirements,” she added.


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