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Paladyne Systems Appoints William Kelly as Global Head of Sales

Paladyne Systems, a Broadridge Company and a leading provider of next generation investment management solutions, today announced that William Kelly has joined the company as Global Head of Sales. The addition of Mr. Kelly is a strategic move to leverage the size, scale, and synergies that Broadridge brings to Paladyne through its recent acquisition.

“Paladyne is working to accelerate sales across the Americas, EMEA and Asia Pacific, and Bill brings the necessary experience to lead our business development efforts globally,” said Sameer Shalaby, President, Paladyne Systems. “He will be instrumental in extending Paladyne’s unique solutions to new and existing clients across the buy-side industry.”

Most recently Managing Director and Global Head of Sales at GlobeOp Financial Services, Mr. Kelly brings more than 30 years of experience in complex financial services and technology sales and business development to Paladyne. He will be responsible for growing Paladyne’s client base across the buy-side. Currently, Paladyne provides solutions to over 200 clients, including hedge funds of all sizes and trading strategies, hedge fund administrators, and broker-dealers.

“I am excited to join the team at Paladyne at this moment in the company’s evolution,” said Mr. Kelly. “Paladyne has built a very powerful integrated front-, middle- and back-office platform that is a truly differentiated offering in the industry. In the current regulatory and fiscal climate, this value proposition is extremely attractive.”

Mr. Kelly has held positions at Alliance Bernstein, RogersCasey and Comdisco. He started his career at IBM.

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