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Electra Information Systems Appoints Marketing Executive

Electra Information Systems, a provider of post-trade solutions for the institutional investor marketplace, including trade settlement, reconciliation, data collection and aggregation, today announced that Janis Alber has joined the company to lead its marketing and public relations initiatives. This move reinforces Electra’s growth strategy and further underscores Electra’s leadership position within the financial technology market.

“We are very excited to have Janis on our team,” said John Landry, chief executive officer at Electra. “She brings valuable global industry and marketing experience and will play a vital role in positioning Electra to meet the evolving needs of the global marketplace.”

“I am delighted to be part of the Electra team,” said Alber. “Electra’s technology, service quality, expertise and talent are unmatched in the industry. Clearly Electra is a leader and a trusted name in post-trade processing. I am looking forward to furthering our market presence as Electra continues to expand.”

Previously, Alber served on the Asia Market Board of State Street, Hong Kong where she was responsible for marketing and public relations in Asia ex-Japan. Prior to that, she held a number of senior marketing positions in the financial technology industry, including senior vice president of strategy, product marketing and communications at Princeton Financial Systems. Janis was the first vendor to serve on the board of ISITC North America; she later helped to launch ISITC Asia Pacific, where she was also a member of the board.

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