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Smith Rejoins Fiserv’s Investment Services Division

Following a nine year stint at Thomson Financial, Charles Smith has rejoined Fiserv as vice president of client services for its Investment Services division. Smith previously worked at CheckFree Investment Services for seven years (now under the Fiserv banner) as vice president of product development.

In his new role, Smith will act as a client advocate and will also be responsible for building client relationships across the division’s client base. Mike Gianoni, president of the Investment Services division, hopes Smith’s previous experience at the company will lend itself to the job.

Prior to his work at Fiserv, Smith spent nine years at Thomson Financial where his last position was as a senior product manager.

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