Peter Morris will be head of revenue and expense management services for the global capital markets segment while also holding the position of general manager for revenue and expense management services for the EMEA region.
Morris brings 30 years of experience in operations and technology, and has previously held senior positions at the like of Nomura Securities, Lehman Brothers, Commerzbank and Cantor Fitzgerald.
Broadridge has also hired Kimberley Jewell as managing director of global accounts, supporting large global clients based in EMEA. She joins from SunGard, where she spent ten years as global account manager for capital markets, and before this she held roles at JP Morgan Chase, Fidelity Investments and Banc of America Securities, working in London and San Francisco.
Mike Thrower has joined the team as head of sales for EMEA, with a focus on growing and developing relationships across capital markets, wealth and asset management. Previously, he was global head of sales and account management at Wall Street Systems, and he has also held similar roles at Cognotec and TSB Hill Samuel Bank.
According to Broadridge, the new appointments are intended to improve support for financial institutions in the international markets, and all three new hires will be based in the London office.
Tim Gokey, COO of Broadridge, commented: "Never has there been a greater need among European and global financial institutions for technology and operations solutions that dramatically increase efficiencies."
He added: "By adding executive talent to the region, we are reinforcing our ability to help multi-national clients transform and innovate to strengthen their performance in this rapidly changing market environment."