Omgeo, provider of the Alert SSI database and other post-trade, pre-settlement trade management services, will have a new president and CEO from November 1. Marianne Brown replaces Adam Bryan, Omgeo’s CEO for its first five years, in the role at the company jointly owned by Thomson Financial and DTCC. Brown has previously been CEO of the Securities Industry Automation Corporation (SIAC), which recently became a wholly owned subsidiary of the New York Stock Exchange. Bryan will join DTCC’s senior management team in January.
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Bryan Makes Way for Brown at Helm of Omgeo
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