MiFID II investment research specialist Visible Alpha has appointed Samantha Miller to the newly created post of Chief Product Officer. Miller joins from Dun & Bradstreet where she was Vice President of Global Product Portfolio Strategy and Management. Prior to Dun & Bradstreet, she led a division at LexisNexis as a General Manager and VP of Product. Miller will oversee product strategy and management for the company’s entire product suite. She joins a growing executive team at the firm, which last year welcomed Mark Hale (formerly of FactSet) as Chief Operating Officer and Rodney Pederson as Chief Revenue Officer.
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Recorded Webinar: Client Experience and Onboarding For Transfer Agents: How to ensure you deliver a seamless client experience and differentiate your services
Clients expect you to seamlessly deliver a range of transfer services. They expect you to delight their investors and ensure you have a robust onboarding and compliance process in place. They also want you to help them ensure they comply with shareholding obligations and corporate actions. With digital expectations becoming ever higher, how will you...
Following the phenomenal success of the upcoming Data Management Summit Europe Virtual, set to broadcast 22-24 April and with registered delegates already nearing a record-breaking 750, we are beyond excited to be launching a similar RegTech Summit Virtual in June 2020: bringing you all the insights and expertise of the longstanding and market-leading A-Team Group...
Now in its 9th year, the Data Management Summit (DMS) in London explores how financial institutions are shifting from defensive to offensive data management strategies, to improve operational efficiency and revenue enhancing opportunities. We’ll be putting the business lens on data and deep diving into the data management capabilities needed to deliver on business outcomes.
Rather than detracting attention away from corporate actions automation projects, the financial crisis appears to have accentuated the importance of the vital nature of this data. Financial institutions are more aware than ever before of the impact that inaccurate corporate actions data has on their bottom lines as a result of the increased focus on...