Broadridge appoints Emer Mulholland as Sales Director, Northern Europe

Rick Steves

Emer Mulholland joins Broadridge from Version 1’s recently acquired Neueda. Prior to that, she was Director of Transaction Sales at FXall (Thomson Reuters), Sales/Broking Equities Derivatives at Louis Capital Markets, and Equity/Derivatives Broker at GFI Group.

Broadridge has announced the appointment of Emer Mulholland as Sales Director for capital markets in Northern Europe, based in London, UK.

Responsible for driving sales and coordinating significant global relationships that cross multiple business lines, Emer Mulholland will work on accelerating Broadridge’s provision of its leading trading and post-trade technologies specifically for the UK and Irish markets.

Emer Mulholland joins Broadridge from Version 1’s Neueda

The senior sales professional has more than 15 years of experience within the financial services sector across asset classes and specializing in the electronic trading domain, having worked at Refinitiv, Louis Capital Markets, and GFI Group, among others.

Broadridge values her vast experience in building and managing business relationships across the global investment banking and broker community, hedge funds, asset management, electronic trading firms, and strategic technology partners.

Emer Mulholland joins Broadridge from Version 1, where she was Account Director of the recently acquired Neueda business, which helps capital markets firms evolve their technology assets in the ever-changing electronic, exchange, and regulatory landscape. Neueda has helped clients solve issues relating to venue connectivity, cross asset trading, and enterprise messaging platform integration, as well as UX Design for FX trading applications.

Prior to that, she was Director of Transaction Sales at FXall (Thomson Reuters), Sales/Broking Equities Derivatives at Louis Capital Markets, and Equity/Derivatives Broker at GFI Group.

Broadridge launched enhanced ETP solution

Broadridge has recently launched a new straight-through processing (STP) solution that increases efficiency, better trading decisions and client insights, improved controls, and reduced risk, the fintech giant announced.

The new solution is built with a standard foundational integration solution across its front, middle, and back-office capabilities for trade processing, which leverages an enterprise integration layer and common data model that can be used across the Broadridge product portfolio as well as with third party applications.

Clients of Broadridge Trading and Connectivity Solutions will benefit from greater agility and faster time to market, improved scalability, and reduced fragmentation of interfaces and tech costs, according to the firm.

The launch of the new product comes in the face of a challenging environment for capital markets firms, with economic and geopolitical uncertainty, as well as regulatory pressures that shift towards shortened settlement cycles.

Firms are being forced to focus on simplification and innovation across the trade lifecycle to reduce risk and cost of change while enabling greater business agility.

This is where Broadridge’s integrated front, middle, and back offering comes in, designed to help firm with its features such as a common data model, normalized data sources, business insights for the front-office using post-trade data, integrated reporting, global, multi-asset middle office and a single point of trade capture and management.

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