Broadridge Financial Solutions Announces Leadership Changes to its Mutual Fund and ETF Trade Processing Division
Broadridge – LAKE SUCCESS, N.Y. – Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc. (NYSE:BR) announces the appointment of Cindy Dash to General Manager and John Moody to Chief Solutions Officer at Matrix Financial Solutions, Broadridge’s Mutual Fund and ETF Trade Processing division.
Ms. Dash, who has been serving in this role for the past year, will guide and execute the business strategy and day to day operations for Matrix Financial Solutions. As Chief Solutions Officer, John Moody, a founding partner of Matrix, will oversee sales and product development, working closely with clients to develop new data-driven solutions for the changing trade processing and investing landscape.
“Cindy and John’s leadership has been critical to the growth and success of Matrix,” said Michael Liberatore, President of Broadridge’s Mutual Fund and Retirement Solutions group. “Their expertise and guidance has made Matrix one of the largest trade processing businesses in the marketplace. With Cindy now responsible for overseeing all aspects of Matrix, and John focused on business and product development, we are well-positioned to help our clients grow their businesses.”
“Our mission is to help Americans save more for retirement by providing innovative technology driven platforms for advisors that help them meet their fiduciary responsibilities and make the right choices for their clients,” said Ms. Dash. “The landscape continues to get complicated with new rules like the fiduciary standard and increasing fee scrutiny from plan participants and providers. We are committed to helping advisors solve for these compliance mandates while meeting their business goals.”
Matrix serves more than 400 financial institutions with over $300 billion in customer assets processed through its mutual fund and ETF trading platform.
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