Broadridge Financial Solutions has appointed a new president of its global technology and operations segment as it continues to explore how to integrate new technologies into its products.
Tom Carey, previously president of Broadridge International, will oversee core technology businesses globally and serve on the executive committee. He will report to newly appointed chief executive officer Tim Gokey.
He will take over from Charlie Marchesani, who will transition to a strategic advisor role for the segment’s growth strategies. Carey will continue to run Broadridge International as the company continues to look for his replacement.
Carey has been in the industry for 25 years and has been with Broadridge for more than a decade, where was instrumental in the creation of the company’s utilities in Europe and Asia. In 2016, he led Broadridge’s global fixed income segment in addition to his other responsibilities. Prior to Broadridge, he held positions at ADP and Wilco.
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