Options Appoints Former RBS and MasterCard Executive Terry Hughes as New SVP of Marketing
Options, the leading provider of cloud-enabled managed services to the global capital markets, has announced that former RBS and MasterCard executive, Terry Hughes, has been appointed as the firm’s new SVP of Marketing. In her new role, Terry will be responsible for leading Options’ global marketing, brand and communications strategy in addition to overseeing the firm’s business development, partner marketing and customer engagement initiatives.
“Options has experienced transformational growth in recent years, and I’m delighted to be joining at a key time in this continued expansion. I’ve watched Options from the sidelines, and I’m excited to bring my experience and expertise to this dynamic and forward-thinking company.”
With over 20 years’ experience, working across multiple business development, customer engagement and management consultancy roles, Terry is an internationally experienced business marketing leader, holding management roles within the Defence, Pharmaceutical and Financial Services Industries.
Prior to Options, Terry was CMO for SeeMeHired, where she was responsible for the creation, planning and development of the firm’s candidate acquisition strategy, as well as holding a variety of consultancy, corporate governance, mentorship and business operations roles.
Before SeeMeHired, Terry held senior marketing and communications roles with Ulster Bank, MasterCard and Royal Bank of Scotland.
Her appointment to Options’ senior management team comes as the latest in a series of key hires across the U.S., Asia and European regions. In January, also announced a significant investment from Boston-based Abry Partners.
Options’ CEO and President, Danny Moore, commented:
“At Options, it has always been our mission to attract the highest calibre talent, and as an international marketing leader and mentor, Terry brings a wealth of experience and expertise to the Options executive team. We are delighted to welcome her on board.”