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Wolters Kluwer Promotes Monteiro and Schwingen Within Securities Compliance Solutions

Originally appeared in MiFID Monitor

Wolters Kluwer Financial Services has promoted Anna Monteiro to senior director of regulatory products and editorial operations and Randy Schwingen to director of corporate actions products and editorial operations. Previously, Monteiro was director of product strategy for the securities compliance solutions group and Schwingen was senior product manager for corporate actions solutions.

In her new role, Monteiro is responsible for the oversight and development of Wolters Kluwer Financial Services’ securities compliance software tools and regulatory information for broker-dealers, investment advisers and fund managers. She also oversees the company’s regulatory editorial groups in the US and UK, which monitor securities laws, regulations and industry news to provide analysis and commentary to compliance professionals.

Prior to joining the company, she led customer product strategies for Citigroup’s Asset Management and Private Banking groups. Earlier in her career, she was a programme manager for Reuters.

In his new role, Schwingen oversees Wolters Kluwer Financial Services’ capital changes products, which provides daily coverage of corporate action events along with historical archive data to financial services, accounting and law firms. His group includes the capital changes’ team of tax and legal editors who summarise the terms and tax consequences of US and international corporate actions.

He previously worked for RIA Group, a part of Thomson, where he was in product management and marketing for their tax research products. Prior to that role, he was in product management at Dun & Bradstreet.

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