Black Knight has appointed Anthony Jabbour as its new CEO to replace Tom Sanzone.
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Jabbour’s appointment is effective April 1. Following the transition, Sanzone will be the company’s vice chairman of the board.
Joining Black Knight from Fidelity National Information Services, Jabbour most recently served as COO of the banking and payments business. He was responsible for product development and sales and delivery of banking payments offerings to clients across all the company’s geographic markets. He joined FIS in 2004 and held positions in operations and delivery services as a member of the executive leadership team.
Earlier in his career, Jabbour served in the global services group at IBM, which managed client projects and relationships. After working on a project to launch a standalone internet bank for CIBC, he joined the Canadian financial institution. While there, Jabbour worked on building similar capabilities for the US market.
“Anthony has a strong track record of successfully growing businesses both organically and through acquisitions, establishing strong client relationships, and managing large, complex technology operations in the financial services industry,” Black Knight Executive Chairman Bill Foley said.