Investall hires ex-DriveWealth Steve Cortright as CEO

Rick Steves

Investall is an AI-driven mobile trading platform for personal finance and investing that delivers AI-driven trading for thousands of equities and major cryptocurrencies.

Investall has apointed Steve Cortright as Chief Executive Officer, in charge of leading the New York-based fintech company into the next inflection point of growth.

Steve Cortright is a Wall Street executive with deep experience in managing technology utilization and operations for e-commerce financial services firms.

Investall is an AI-driven mobile trading app for equities and crypto

Investall offers an AI-driven mobile trading platform for personal finance and investing that provides access to thousands of equities and major cryptocurrencies.

The platform provides price forecasts on multiple timeframes and financial projections for self-trading, as well as easy-to-use automated products such as the Robo, Goals and the AI-Trader for directed trading.

The Investall app also features budgeting tools powered by AI to track user net worth, credit score and provide powerful insights in an intuitive interface. The Investall app is available on mobile devices on IOS, Android, and on the web.

Steve Cortright headed Advisory Products division at DriveWealth

He joins Investall from DriveWealth Technologies, a New Jersey-based pioneer of fractional investing and embedded finance, where he headed the Advisory Products division, where he was responsible for the company’s Digital Wealth Management Solution, and was part of the founding team.

It is not accidentally that he shares the same last name as DriveWealth CEO Rob Cortright and Chief Administrative Officer Kevin Cortright.

Prior to DriveWealth, Steve Cortright was a member of the core team that launched FX Solutions, which was named to the Inc. 500 list of fastest growing private companies for 3 consecutive years.

At FX Solutions, he was responsible for the development of business rules for the Global Trading System platform, the platform’s administration functionality, and overseeing the utilization of technology and operations.

His career within the financial services industry includes ten more years in sales and trading at DLJ, Credit Suisse and Prudential.

Steve Cortright, Chief Executive Officer at Investall, said: “The future of financial intelligence relies on quality data to make critical business decisions and delivery of it through the digitization of infrastructures. Investall is innovating with disruptive AI powered technologies. It is my great privilege to be part of the company’s growth.”

Investall appoints Chris Valpone as Chief Revenue Officer

Investall took the opportunity to also appoint Chris Valpone as Chief Revenue Officer, who will be responsible for sales, client and corporate growth strategy across all of the platform’s data science-powered investment technology platforms.

Steve Cortright, CEO of Investall, said: “Chris is a great brand-builder. He has a proven track record of helping innovative fintech firms unlock the potential of leading next-gen technology.”

The global sales director brings comprehensive experience to the job, including a number of years as Co-Head of Global Sales for ION Markets. Prior to its acquisition by ION, Chris had spent 14 years at Fidessa, which was a market leader of equities trading and order management technology. There, he served as the Sales Director for the Americas.

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