Jacqueline Guichelaar

Jacqueline Guichelaar

Company: Thomson Reuters

Job Title: Former Group CIO

Jacqueline is the former Group Chief Information Officer at Thomson Reuters. Where She was responsible for leading an ambitious transformation of Technology at Thomson Reuters globally.

Previously, She was the Chief Information Officer, Infrastructure Technology Services at Lloyds Banking Group, where she played a key role in the largest transformation of the IT function in Group IT. Prior to that, Jacqueline was the Head of Transformation within the Chief Technology Office at Deutsche Bank.

Throughout a career characterised by focused self-determination and a refusal to rest on laurels, Jacqueline has gained extensive commercial, management and leadership experience in the Technology industry. In addition, she has held roles in National Australia Bank, IBM and CSC gaining experience across industries such as Financial Services, Utilities, Telecommunications, Media and Retail.

Informed by 27 years of IT experience that has allowed her to witness developments in the sector from every angle and to spearhead the introduction of significant new technologies.

Further expertise in Commercial and Vendor management has derived from Jacqui’s ongoing focus on group investment and the realisation of astute cost efficiencies on IT infrastructure.

Across Programme Management initiatives, Jacqui has a sustained track record of delivering large scale transformation programmes through a structured framework of plans and strict governance. She is passionate about developing talent and supporting individuals to realise their potential.

Jacqueline was born in Uruguay, South America. She has worked in many countries around the world including Sydney, Frankfurt, London and New York, which plays into her passion for exploring new cultures and fostering diversity of thought. She is actively involved in many non-profit organizations and is currently a Board member of the Center for Anti-Violence Education (CAE). She was the Chair of 2012 Women on Wall Street Conference.


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