S64 Appoints Matt Stovold as Head of Australia and New Zealand



Singapore – S64, the leading alternatives fintech and solutions partner to the wealth management industry, has today announced the appointment in Sydney of Matt Stovold as Head of Australia and New Zealand. This strategic move follows a year of remarkable growth in the region and will further bolster S64’s Asia-Pacific (APAC) footprint.

Stovold is a veteran of the Australian financial services industry, having occupied senior leadership roles in asset management, private wealth management, and financial technology. Prior to joining S64, his 25-year career has included roles in several leading firms including Goldman Sachs, JBWere, UBS and Franklin Templeton. An expert in delivering customised client solutions across investments and technology, Stovold is perfectly placed to lead the next phase of S64’s growth in the region and the expansion of its Australia Unit Trust products and front to back technology platform.

S64 is the trusted partner to the world’s leading asset managers, and private banks in EMEA and APAC who rely on S64’s cutting-edge technology and unrivalled product manufacturing capabilities to unlock access to private markets. As the pioneering manufacturer of private markets retail access solutions including AUTs, ELTIFs, evergreen semi-liquid funds, feeders and securitised solutions, S64 sits at the forefront of innovation in private markets for private wealth.

Tarun Nagpal, CEO of S64, commented: “Matt is a fantastic addition to S64’s leadership team in APAC. Australia and New Zealand are of critical strategic importance to S64, presenting a phenomenal opportunity set for S64’s Australia Unit Trust Platform and our market-leading technology offering. Matt’s industry knowledge and connectivity will prove invaluable to our clients and prospects.

Matt Stovold, Head of Australia and New Zealand, said: “I am excited to be joining S64 to lead their Australia and New Zealand business. S64 is a pioneer in private markets innovation for private wealth with a breadth of product manufacturing capabilities and technology solution that perfectly address the demands of Australia and New Zealand financial intermediaries.

Matt’s appointment represents the latest in a series of strategic hires globally for S64 following the recent appointment of Marcus Glover as Chief Technology Officer.

About S64

S64 is a leading global alternatives solutions business bridging the opportunity in private markets. It works with the world’s first-class asset managers and private banks across private equity, credit, real estate, infrastructure and impact to develop innovative solutions for private banks and wealth managers.

S64’s innovative technology platform offers the full lifecycle management of alternative assets — from structuring and onboarding to financing, as well as secondary market capabilities.

Its team draws on an award-winning legacy in fund and product solutions, digital innovation and international distribution, having pioneered alternative investment platforms for over a decade.



Related Content

Edmund Shing, PhD

Global Chief Investment Officer
BNP Paribas Wealth Management

Edmund has over 29 years of experience in financial markets in a wide variety of positions, ranging from proprietary trading to portfolio manager in a number of financial institutions in London and Paris.  He previously held the role of Global Head of Equity and Derivative Strategy at BNP Paribas in London from 2015 to 2020, and has been Chief Investment Officer at BNP Paribas Wealth Management since November 2020.

Edmund is responsible for piloting our investment strategy and will continues to rollout out recommendations and themes with actionable advice that brings our expertise to our clients and support to our client-facing teams.  In this time of change, his expertise in following and anticipating markets is a true value added for both our customers and those at Wealth Management who serve them.

Edmund has a PhD in Cognitive and Computing Science from the University of Birmingham in the United Kingdom, and has done advanced studies in Knowledge-Based Systems and in Experimental Psychology.  He is an EFFAS-certified financial analyst. He has also authored the book “The Idle Investor” published by Harriman House in 2015, proposing 3 simple investment strategies that take only a few minutes to execute per month.

Media Kit

    Data Protection

    The information you provide will be held on our database and may be used to keep you informed of our and our associate companies’ products and for selected third party mailings. Please tick the box if you would prefer not to be contacted for these purposes:

    The Digital Banker Summit

    Moving on from FTX: is 2023 the year of CBDCs?

    Indonesia, Jakarta

    Thailand, Bangkok

    Philippines, Manila

    Contact Us

      Data Protection

      The information you provide will be held on our database and may be used to keep you informed of our and our associate companies’ products and for selected third party mailings. Please tick the box if you would prefer not to be contacted for these purposes:

      Request Nomination Pack

      Error: Contact form not found.

      The world’s preeminent Private Banks and Wealth Managers are demonstrating a committed drive in innovation, advisory, new products and services to meet the sophisticated needs of their clients.

      Amid economic activity revival on the back of the Covid-19 vaccine program, organisations moving from business continuity plans to stable working environments, together with the slightest improvement in unemployment numbers, forced the world to adjust to new realities. Coming to terms with the “new normal”, global investors are now on the look-out for attractive and stable investment opportunities.

      Needs of Private Wealth customers and families worldwide have drastically changed due to the pandemic and banks have had to accelerate efforts to deploy a multi-channel service strategy and safeguard clients’ businesses and wealth against negative impacts of economic uncertainly.

      The Global Private Banking Innovation Awards will recognise the world’s best private banks, wealth managers and asset managers that are championing innovation across advisory, service, products, customer experience and more.

      Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. Duis aute irure dolor in reprehenderit in voluptate velit esse cillum dolore eu fugiat nulla pariatur. 

      Request Nomination Pack

      Error: Contact form not found.