Confluence hires Gary Casagrande

New global head of investor communications joins from BBH

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Gary Casagrande, global head of investor communications and expense solutions, Confluence

Casagrande brings 20 years' experience to newly created role representing provider's investor operations solutions

Investment data management provider Confluence has announced the appointment of Gary Casagrande as global head of investor communications and expense solutions, a newly created position at the firm.

Casagrande has more than 20 years' experience in the financial services industry. He brings an understanding of mutual fund operations, regulations, project management and quality control to his new role.

Casagrande will oversee a line of business charged with defining and implementing the go-to-market strategy for Confluence's global suite of investor communications and expense management solutions, which include financial, marketing and legal reporting, as well as fund budgeting and invoice payments.

Casagrande joins Confluence from Brown Brothers Harriman (BBH), where he was head of financial reporting and expense administration. Prior to joining BBH, Casagrande served as the head of the treasury and portfolio compliance group at JPMorgan Chase.

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