Pittsburgh
04 October 2017
Reporter: Theo Andrew

Todd Moyer promoted to COO of Confluence


Confluence has promoted Todd Moyer to COO, responsible for growing the company's revenue generation across North America and Europe.

Previously executive vice president of global business development, Moyer will now lead Confluence’s operations, providing global direction, and will head up the sales, account management and marketing activities.

Moyer joined Confluence in 2012 as senior vice president of global sales, and was promoted to executive vice president of global business development in 2014. Since then, the firm says it has achieved “year-over-year record-breaking growth”.

Moyer also directed the launch of Confluence’s regtech platform for asset managers, which supports post-trade regulatory filings from one data platform.

Prior to joining Confluence, Moyer was executive vice president at WealthStation, SunGuard’s Wealth Management business, and before this he held a number of management positions at SunGuard.

Moyer said: “These are exciting times for our industry as the back office embraces digitalisation as a key to competitive differentiation and operational efficiency. I am honoured to lead Confluence’s role in this transformation.”

He added: “We are fortunate to have an exceptionally strong base of client partners that have put their trust in Confluence as the market-leading platform for data consolidation and automation. Our amazing team is committed to their success through innovation and operational excellence.”

Mark Evans, CEO of Confluence, said: “Under [Moyer’s] leadership as COO I trust that he will deliver on our promises to our clients while continuing to focus on strategic growth opportunities and extending the value of Confluence as the single platform of choice across the industry.”

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