Celent Hires Kelley Byrnes as a Wealth Management Analyst
Kelley has worked on strategic planning for advisor-facing technology and on fixed income trading desks. She also has experience in sales and partnerships, driving channel strategy, regulation, and technical projects for various financial institutions and global companies.
Prior to joining Celent, Kelley was a director at Barclay Investments. She also held positions at Bank of America Merrill Lynch as an assistant to the vice president in the wealth management practice, and as an analyst on the fixed income institutional sales desk.
Kelley received her MBA from the McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas – Austin and her BA from Washington University in St. Louis.
“We are excited to have Kelley on the team,” says David Easthope, Senior Vice President of Celent’s Securities & Investments practice. “She brings experience and passion for the intersection of wealth management and technology.”
“I look forward to working with Celent. I am thrilled to join at a time when there are so many developments in wealth management technology and business models,” Byrnes said.
She will be based in New York City.
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