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Coexis Poaches O’Brien From ADP Brokerage Services

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Donal O’Brien has joined U.K. reference data and rules-based processing system provider Coexis as director of business development. Most recently co-chief technology officer at ADP Brokerage Services Group, O’Brien was the original designer of ADP Wilco’s Gloss trade processing and settlement platform. At Coexis, he is reunited with Terry Williams, founder of Wilco, and will be responsible for sales of Coexis’ Syn~ line of products, including the Syn~ReferenceData management platform.

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