Front-office solutions provider Broadway Technology has expanded its leadership team by promoting three long-serving members of staff into key roles. Eitan Reich has been appointed as Chief Technology Officer, Misha Weinberg as VP of Engineering, and Dario Gatta as Chief Information Officer. Reich will drive Broadway’s overall technology vision, strategy and innovation roadmap. Weinberg will oversee Broadway’s software engineering organization to design, implement and deliver the company’s fixed income trading solutions. Gatta will run Broadway’s corporate IT, information security and technology operations, as well as its Greyspan business, which offers clients full-service collocation, cloud hosting and system oversight. The promotions follow a number of executive hires and the recent expansion of Broadway’s global business development team.
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