Broadridge Financial Solutions has appointed a post-trade and fixed income technology veteran to lead its global technology and operations (GTO) segment.
Tom Carey has been appointed president of the GTO unit, where he will oversee the growth of Broadridge’s core technology business globally across capital market and wealth and investment management.
Carey previously led the combination of all of Broadridge’s international businesses into a single integrated unit earlier this year.
He also led the growth of the company’s technology and operations solutions across Europe and the Asia-Pacific, and also played a significant role in the build out of its global post-trade management platform.
For nine years, Carey served as president of global fixed income technology, as well as president of technology and operations for EMEA and APAC. He was also UK head of clearing and outsourcing for nearly two years.
“We see the continued mutualisation of technology and technology innovation as the future of the industry, and Tom is the right leader to bring the next generation of technology including AI, blockchain, cloud, and digital to our capital markets and wealth and investment management clients globally,” said Tom Gokey, the soon-to-be CEO of Broadridge, as of January 2019.
“Tom has driven the growth of our global capital markets business and, more recently, our overall international portfolio.”
Carey will continue overseeing Broadridge International until a new leader is formally appointed.
Charlie Marchesani, the former president of GTO, will serve as a strategic advisor on themes including strategy, mergers and acquisitions, and product management.