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TCA names James A Capps as CTO


RIA custodian Trust Company of America (TCA) has appointed James A Capps as its new Chief Technology Officer (CTO).

Capps, will be responsible for the technical vision, development and operation of TCA’s network architecture and technology platform, including Liberty, the first RIA platform accessible by both advisors and clients on any piece of glass—from desktop computers, to tablets, phones and other mobile devices.
“Technology is driving rapid change in the advisory business, and we are pleased to have James join our team to help us take TCA to the next level,” says TCA CEO David Barry. “He has the experience and leadership we need to provide our RIA partners with the technology they need to win in the marketplace.”
Capps joins TCA from Comcast where he was most recently Vice President of Software and Platform Engineering, leading an innovative multinational team driving business technology for all of the company’s organisational business lines, including video, voice, high-speed data, and home security. 
A career technologist, Capps is also involved with House of Genius, an organisation focused on mobilising the entrepreneurial community, where he serves as the Denver City Director and Vice President of Strategic Planning for the global collaborative.

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