New York
02 May 2017
Reporter: Becky Butcher

Eric Bernstein joins Broadridge


Eric Bernstein has been appointed president of the investment management solutions at Broadridge.

Bernstein will be responsible for driving the company’s growth within the investment management solutions sector.

Previously, Bernstein has lead divisions at Linedata, Sophis and, most recently, eFront.

Charlie Marchesani, president of the global technology and operations division of Broadridge, commented: “Eric Bernstein brings nearly two decades of experience in global businesses serving the asset management and capital markets segments and is a proven leader in building strategic client relationships.”

Bernstein added: “I am excited to join Broadridge, a global financial technology leader which is at the forefront of addressing industry needs and supporting clients with scalable and innovative solutions.”

“I look forward to driving our continued focus on helping our investment management clients achieve operational excellence and sustain future growth.”

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