Broadridge taps Tyler Derr to replace John Hogan as CTO

Rick Steves

Broadridge Financial Solutions has appointed Tyler Derr as Chief Technology Officer.

Broadridge Financial Solutions has appointed Tyler Derr as Chief Technology Officer.

He will be guiding the firm’s delivery of SaaS offerings and oversee its global technology teams, including enterprise-wide software engineering, product delivery, architecture, infrastructure, cybersecurity, and technology operations.

Derr has been with Broadridge for 10 years as CTO and later Chief Administrative Officer for Broadridge’s Global Technology and Operations (GTO) business.

Most recently, he has focused on Broadridge’s industry-leading wealth initiative. Prior to joining Broadridge, Mr. Derr worked at Oppenheimer, as the CTO for the global tax business of H&R Block, and in private equity.

Tyler Derr was appointed as CTO to replace John Hogan who requested to transition to a new leadership role after eight years on the job. Hogan will continue his firmwide roles on Risk and Capital Committees and oversee Broadridge’s India Operations reporting to CEO Tim Gokey.

Exciting time to become the next CTO of Broadridge

Tim Gokey, Chief Executive Officer of Broadridge, said: “Tyler has been instrumental in taking our technology capability to the next level as we scale to become the leading global Fintech serving Governance, Capital Markets, and Wealth and Investment Management. Tyler’s vision and proven ability to build high performing teams will be invaluable as we continue to evolve Broadridge to the next phase of technology leadership and growth for clients, shareholders, and associates.”

Tyler Derr, Chief Technology Officer at Broadridge, said: “It’s an exciting time to become the next CTO of Broadridge. We are executing our vision of becoming the leading technology partner for our clients by delivering innovative solutions based on a modern componentized architecture that continues to continuously grow our interoperability and scalability. That evolution is allowing us to drive ever increasing value to clients while building great careers for the most talented technology associates in the industry.”

Dipti Kachru is new CMO of Broadridge

Broadridge has recently appointed Dipti Kachru as Global Chief Marketing Officer, based in New York and reporting to President Chris Perry.

The Global CMO will be responsible for brand and digital strategy, product positioning, lead generation, and thought leadership, all aspects of Broadridge’s global marketing organization.

Dipti Kachru was hired to drive measurable growth, build Broadridge’s global brand reputation, expand client relationships, and support the organization’s revenue growth ambitions.

Kachru joins Broadridge from J.P. Morgan where she most recently served as Chief Marketing Officer for the Wealth Management division.

She is credited for launching the J.P. Morgan Wealth Management brand and building an industry-leading client acquisition engine that delivered significant business growth.

Past senior consumer and wholesale marketing roles include firms such as JPMorgan Chase and Oppenheimer Funds (now Invesco) after an advertising career for Pepsi, American Express, and Microsoft.

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