Distribution platform Allfunds is on the hunt for a new CFO after announcing the resignation of Amaury Dauge after just a year in the job.
Dauge has stepped down as group chief financial officer to take up an external post in an early-stage startup unrelated to Allfunds.
He was hired by Allfunds in November 2020 having previously served as CFO and COO of financial analytics firm Qontigo.
The company has begun the formal process of appointing a successor and Dauge will remain in his role through to early Q2 2022 to help with the transition.
Allfunds chief executive Juan Alacaraz praised Dauge’s contribution to the Spain-based business in what has been a landmark year for the Spain-based business.
In April the company listed on Euronext Amsterdam in an initial public offering that raised 1.88 billion. “Allfunds is in a strong position, now as a public company, and I have full confidence in its strategy for the future,” said Dauge.