Broadridge Monetary Options, Inc. (NYSE: BR), a worldwide Fintech chief, is happy to announce the appointment of Martin Koopman as Chief Product Officer, efficient January 1, 2023.
On this position, Martin will lead the Product Administration workforce working throughout all enterprise items to collectively drive Broadridge’s supply of world-class SaaS and different service choices to main monetary providers shoppers. He might be answerable for Broadridge’s enterprise product imaginative and prescient and technique, constructing enterprise-wide platforms to profit Broadridge shoppers, empowering product administration groups, and accelerating innovation in partnership with our know-how groups.
“Martin has a confirmed file of driving product innovation each at Broadridge and at earlier firms,” mentioned Tim Gokey, Chief Government of Broadridge. “His imaginative and prescient and confirmed skill to execute might be invaluable as we turn out to be the foremost SaaS supplier to the monetary providers trade.”
“I’m excited to steer our efforts as we scale to turn out to be the main world FinTech serving Governance, Capital Markets, and Wealth and Funding Administration,” mentioned Martin Koopman, Chief Product Officer of Broadridge. “I look ahead to working with our shoppers and our gifted product administration and know-how associates to make sure that we proceed to ship world-class options for our shoppers.”
In his new position, Martin will report on to CEO Tim Gokey. Martin joined Broadridge in 2014 as Head of Technique for Broadridge’s Investor Communication Providers enterprise. In 2017, he was named President, Financial institution Dealer-Vendor (BBD), the place he helped steer that enterprise via a interval of double-digit development and innovation. Martin oversaw the profitable launch of 70+ product initiatives, together with the Shareholder Rights Directive answer in Europe with 300+ new shoppers; retail shareholder instruments, together with the ProxyVote app, proxyvote.com and exterior APIs. Martin has 23 years of trade expertise throughout each investor communications and capital markets/institutional buying and selling, and he has held positions at NYSE Euronext, Boston Consulting Group, and Itiviti/Orc Software program after its acquisition of Cameron Techniques, which he co-founded.