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Steven Moloney joins Datalex as new CFO

Steven Moloney
Steven Moloney

Steven has held senior roles in Hostelworld, PaddyPower and PwC.

DUBLIN, IRELAND – Datalex plc, a market leader in airline e-commerce solutions, announces that Steven Moloney will take up the role as Chief Financial Officer on 22 April 2024 and will also join the Board of Directors of the Company on that date.

Steven joins Datalex from &Open where he held the position of CFO. Prior to this Steven spent nearly 6 years at Block (formerly Square), where he was CFO for the UK & Europe, and led finance and strategy for the wider international business through a period of rapid growth.

Jonathan Rocket, Chief Executive Officer of Datalex said, “I am delighted that Steven has decided to join Datalex. His background as a financial, strategic and execution leader will be invaluable for Datalex as we build for the future growth of the company. Steven will be a strong addition to our team, as the Group moves forward and the impact of our strategy starts to translate into our financial performance.”

Commenting on his new role, Steven said: “I am excited to join Datalex during such an important phase of growth for the business. Datalex is a company that I have long admired and I look forward to working with Jonathan, the Board and the team to drive the strategy forward.”

Jonathan further noted, “Steven joins at a pivotal time for Datalex as we finalise our strategic plans and look to accelerate our execution of our vision to deliver e-commerce solutions to airlines globally.”

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