Broadway announces three top promotions: CTO, VP of Engineering, and CIO

Rick Steves

Broadway delivers a range of SaaS trading solutions that includes order and algo execution, customer quoting and ecommerce, pricing and distribution, risk and credit management, surveillance, and trade management.

Broadway Technology has promoted three executives to its leadership team as the trading software firm ends the year 2021 the same way it started; with executive moves.

The firm has appointed Eitan Reich as Chief Technology Officer; Misha Weinberg as VP of Engineering; and Dario Gatta as Chief Information Officer.

“Where Tech Meets Intellect”

Eitan Reich was promoted to Chief Technology Officer as he drives Broadway’s overall technology vision, strategy, and innovation roadmap. His 14-year tenure at Broadway includes multiple technology leadership roles, where he tapped his broad capital markets expertise to understand clients’ unique challenges.

Misha Weinberg moved to Vice President of Engineering, overseeing Broadway’s software engineering organization to design, implement and deliver the company’s fixed income trading solutions.

Weinberg joined nearly nine years ago and worked directly with Broadway’s tier one bank customers to plan, deploy and launch their trading systems, and managed the company’s dealer-to-dealer applications engineering team.

Dario Gatta was promoted to Chief Information Officer to lead corporate IT, information security and technology operations after more than 20 years’ experience in technology and capital markets, acquired from multiple senior roles across software development, product management and professional services.

Gatta will also be in charge of the Greyspan business, which offers Broadway clients full-service co-location, cloud hosting and system oversight.

Michael Chin, CEO, Broadway, said: “As the fixed income markets continue to evolve and become more complex, the opportunities for Broadway have never been greater. For almost two decades Broadway has provided the marriage of an incredibly powerful platform with the industry’s best and brightest technologists. These appointments highlight that Broadway truly is the place “Where Tech Meets Intellect,” and showcase our commitment to continuously working with our clients to create trading solutions that augment, not replace, human traders.”

“These three leaders are integral to Broadway’s success”

Broadway spent the year announcing executive hires, expanding its global business development team, and a corporate rebrand as the company repositions itself in the industry.

Founded 17 years ago, Broadway had everything prepared to enter 2022 with the right foot and deliver trading and workflow solutions to a growing number of clients. Its client roster already includes many of the top global banks.

“Broadway prides itself on working with the industry’s best and brightest and we’re thrilled to promote some of our top technologists to these key roles and our Leadership Team. Eitan, Misha and Dario collectively boast more than 25 years’ combined experience with Broadway and have continuously proven their exceptional innovation, strategy and technical skills. These three leaders are integral to Broadway’s success and will help the company continue its rigorous focus on delivering measurable results as we take the business in a new direction”, said chief executive Michael Chin.

Broadway offers a suite of fully hosted SaaS trading solutions that powers the entire end-to-end client workflow and includes order and algo execution, customer quoting and ecommerce, pricing and distribution, risk and credit management, surveillance, and trade management.

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