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Broadridge Appoints Chris Perry President

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S&P 500 firm Broadridge Financial Solutions has appointed Chris Perry as President, effective March 2, 2020. Perry currently leads Broadridge’s Global Sales, Marketing and Client Solutions organization, and is taking over the role from Broadridge CEO Tim Gokey, who remains CEO and a Director of the Company. Following the appointment, Perry will expand his current responsibilities to take a stronger role leading Broadridge’s top clients and partners, overseeing Broadridge International, and coordinating Broadridge’s overall growth strategy. He joined Broadridge in 2014 and has more than 25 years of experience in banking, brokerage and financial information services. He oversees all client and market-facing activities globally and is responsible for delivering the company’s annual sales targets spanning all business units and product lines. Under his leadership the firm has posted six years of consecutive record-setting sales.

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