Front-office solutions provider Broadway Technology has named Dan Romanelli as Head of Relationships, to drive business development initiatives and client relationship management, and to oversee a global team of sales and relationship managers. Romanelli is a 25-year FinTech veteran, and joins Broadway from USAM Group Inc, where he served as co-founder and Chief Strategy Officer. Previously in his career, he held senior roles at Delta Risk LLC, NYSE EuroNext and Merrill Lynch, and has led turnaround projects for FinTech software startups, launching both data product business lines and electronic execution products.
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Broadway Technology Appoints Dan Romanelli as Head of Relationships
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