Kaizen Hires Former DTCC Specialist for Newly Created Role

James Mooney joins Kaizen as regulatory consultant.

James Mooney Kaizen
James Mooney, Kaizen Reporting

Mooney was previously client service manager at the Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation.

Kaizen founder and chief executive officer Dario Crispini says the appointment will support the company’s client base of tier 1 and 2 banks, fund managers and brokers.

According to Kaizen, the new role reflects demand for quality assurance services that address the increasing complexities of regulations such as MiFID II and EMIR II. The vendor’s client base has grown over the past two quarters to

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