29 August 2013
GENEVA – The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria has appointed Paul Tuxford, an information technology expert with significant experience in leading financial and pharmaceutical services, as Chief Information Officer.
Mr. Tuxford most recently worked for Credit Suisse, a global financial services company, where he acted in different capacities: Vice President, IT Program Manager, Director, Head of HRIT, and lately as Director, Chief Operating Officer – Corporate Services Technology.
Before joining Credit Suisse, he worked for Quintiles, a pharmaceutical research company, as Director, Global IT Business Solutions, both in the U.S. and in the UK.
He will report to Daniel Camus, Chief Financial Officer.
“Paul is the right person to help us guide us in developing information technology that improves our efficiency and professionalism,” said Mr. Camus. “Paul is a strong technology delivery leader with a great track record of success.”
Mr. Tuxford’s appointment is part of organizational changes in the Finance Division, which are aimed at building a robust, modern, and sustainable division, with a highly professional team, fluid financial core processes and state-of-the-art automated systems.
An Australian national, Mr Tuxford begin on 2 September 2013.