Broadway in hyper growth appoints Dan Romanelli as Head of Relationships

Rick Steves

This team’s commitment to its core values of transparency, fairness, teamwork and excellence defines Broadway’s culture and client approach, and I’m excited at the opportunity to help advance this tradition of excellence”, said Mr. Romanelli.

Broadway Technology has appointed Dan Romanelli as Head of Relationships, helping the firm extend its global client success during a period of ongoing growth and strengthens its position as a premier technology partner focused on delivering exceptional client experiences.

Dan Romanelli will be responsible for driving business development initiatives and client relationship management, overseeing a global team of sales and relationship managers.

The career of the industry veteran spans 25 years of international FinTech experience, including roles at exchanges, broker-dealers, clearing firms, and vendors.

Mr. Romanelli joins Broadway from sales and marketing agency USAM Group, where he served as co-founder and Chief Strategy Officer and worked closely with clients to advise them how to quickly and cost-effectively grow revenue and drive data strategy, policy, and data management best practices.

Other key roles include Senior Consultant at Delta Risk LLC, Vice President of NYSE Euronext, and Vice President of Merrill Lynch. He has led turnaround projects for FinTech software startups and launched both data product business lines and multiple electronic execution products.

Dan Romanelli, Head of Relationships at Broadway, commented: “This is an exciting time in Broadway’s history as we continue to extend our global relationships and continuously help our clients meet their most complex fixed income workflow challenges. Broadway has recorded significant momentum in the past year and added multiple FinTech experts to our relationship management team as we continue to grow and focus on delivering exceptional client experiences. This team’s commitment to its core values of transparency, fairness, teamwork and excellence defines Broadway’s culture and client approach, and I’m excited at the opportunity to help advance this tradition of excellence.”

Bruce Boytim, Chief Operating Officer at Broadway, said: “Dan’s proven client focus and significant leadership experience, coupled with his vast industry and specific FinTech knowledge makes him the perfect addition to the Broadway team. Broadway continues to grow our global relationship management team as we focus on the client experience and success. Dan’s appointment as Head of Relationships demonstrates Broadway’s commitment to fostering deep client relationships and partnering with the FICC community.

Mr. Boytim is also a recent hire of Broadway. The growth specialist was appointed in July to optimize business development processes, drive strategic direction and deliver seamless client experiences.

The new COO is responsible for accelerating global growth, driving day-to-day operations and ensuring Broadway’s technology offerings continue to exceed client requirements.

Prior to Broadway, he served as COO and CSO at Pico, where he expanded the company’s footprint and significantly increased revenue, growing the company into a dominant financial services provider.

He was previously Vice President at the New York Stock Exchange, where he oversaw NYSE Technologies’ Risk Management and Managed Connectivity business and was involved in the launch of the Mahwah data center.

Michael Chin, CEO of Broadway Technology, said at the time: “Broadway is in a period of hyper-growth and continued innovation, and we’re thrilled to have an executive of Bruce’s caliber join our Executive Team.

Michael Chin is also a recent addition to the team. The former head of trading at Refinitiv joined Broadway in March 2021.

As part of its growth strategy, the provider of forex and fixed income solutions acquired 100 per cent of Barracuda FX, a specialist FX order management technology company.

Through this acquisition, Broadway will continue to expand its product suite and delivering new multi-asset solutions across more part of its investment lifecycle, allowing clients to automate additional workflows. Both the company have not disclosed the terms and size of the deal.

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