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Vox Financial Partners acquires Delv Global

Vox chief executive Terry Robinson.

FINANCIAL technology consultancy Vox Financial Partners in Belfast has paid an undisclosed sum to acquire Delv Global, a US-based business and technology change consultancy specialising in data and financial project delivery.

Founded in 2016 and with offices in London and New York, Vox works with top-tier bank and broker-dealer clients in the US and Europe, offering regulatory expertise to enable clients to plan, resource and deliver regulatory change projects.

Together, the combined entity will offer end-to-end risk, data, and regulatory change management services for financial institutions worldwide.

Founded in 2008, Delv designs and delivers innovative data solutions, business analysis, programme management and quality assurance. Its team specialises in solving challenges in data, technology, regulations, and innovation across finance, risk, product control, operations, treasury, and front office.

The acquisition of Delv adds a cutting-edge data practice to Vox's industry-leading risk and regulatory change management consulting services.

Vox chief executive Terry Robinson said: “Dave Lindsay and his team have built a strong reputation by delivering excellent value to their clients for many years. Combining their expertise with our capabilities allows us to broaden our executive team and add enormous value to our combined client base. Together we will become a bigger force in the industry.”

Delv CEO Dave Lindsay added: “Joining forces with Vox gives us a solid platform to grow our offering more quickly, with the ability to tap into a wider potential client base.

“It will allow us to take on bigger projects, with more sales capacity, greater support from a combined operational team, and enhanced opportunities for current and future employees.”

Last year Vox unveiled plans to double its Belfast workforce to 50 as part of a £1.5 million investment backed to the tune of £175,000 by Invest NI.

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