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Citadel Associates Changes Name to Cadis Software, Gets – Another – New CEO

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Citadel Associates, provider of enterprise data management (EDM) systems for the buy side, has revealed its imminent name change to Cadis Software, assuming the name of its flagship product Cadis EDM Suite. Daniel Simpson, who has been a board member since July 2007, will take over the role of CEO, while former CEO Peter Little who joined (and invested in) the company in October 2007  has been appointed chairman.

Based at the company’s London headquarters, Simpson’s primary focus will be to strengthen the company’s position across Europe and the US, where it positions itself as the only enterprise data management provider to focus purely on the needs of the buy side.

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