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Broadridge Selects Martin Koopman to Lead Product Strategy Efforts

by Solomon Oladipupo
  • Koopman's appointment will become effective on January 1, 2023.
  • The senior executive has over a decade of industry experience.
Broadridge Selects Martin Koopman to Lead Product Strategy Efforts
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Broadridge Financial Solutions, a US-headquartered fintech company, has appointed Martin Koopman, the President of its Bank Broker Dealer (BBD) ICS, as its new Chief Product Officer. Broadridge announced on Monday that the executive’s appointment will become effective by January 1, 2023.

Koopman is a business executive with over 23 years of industry experience in investor communications, capital markets and institutional trading. He has worked for top organizations, such as the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), Euronext and the Boston Consulting Group.

The executive co-founded Cameron systems, a securities trading connectivity firm based on the FIX protocol, and led its sale to Orc Software, which is now called Itiviti. He joined Broadridge in 2014 as the Head of Strategy for the firm’s Investor Communication Services (ICS). He was later named President of BBD ICS in 2017 and helped “steer that business through a period of double-digit growth and innovation.”

In the new role, Broadridge, which delivers technology-driven solutions to banks, broker-dealers, asset and wealth managers and public companies, said Koopman will be responsible for its enterprise product vision and strategy. He will report to the CEO, Tim Gokey.

In addition, the fintech company expects Koopman to work towards “building enterprise-wide platforms to benefit Broadridge clients, empowering product management teams, and accelerating innovation in partnership with our technology teams.”

Speaking on Koopman’s appointment, Gokey noted that the executive’s “proven record of driving product innovation at both Broadridge and at previous companies" will be “invaluable” to the fintech firm. Koopman, on his part, said he was excited to lead the company’s efforts as its scales towards becoming the leading global fintech firm serving governance and capital markets as well as wealth and investment managers.

More on Koopman’s Career

Before Broadridge, Koopman was a Senior Vice President, Corporate Strategy and Implementation at NYSE Euronext. Based in New York City, he worked for the firm for four years, starting in 2010.

The executive joined NYSE Euronext from Orc Software, where he was the President of North America for three years. He joined the company after the firm acquired his co-founded business called Cameron Systems. However, Orc Software is now a part of Broadridge.

At the Boston Consulting Group, Koopman was a Management Consultant, and he worked at the firm for one year between 1999 and 2001. The executive holds a Bachelor’s degree in Economics, Finance and Political Science from the University of Waikato in New Zealand.

Broadridge Financial Solutions, a US-headquartered fintech company, has appointed Martin Koopman, the President of its Bank Broker Dealer (BBD) ICS, as its new Chief Product Officer. Broadridge announced on Monday that the executive’s appointment will become effective by January 1, 2023.

Koopman is a business executive with over 23 years of industry experience in investor communications, capital markets and institutional trading. He has worked for top organizations, such as the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), Euronext and the Boston Consulting Group.

The executive co-founded Cameron systems, a securities trading connectivity firm based on the FIX protocol, and led its sale to Orc Software, which is now called Itiviti. He joined Broadridge in 2014 as the Head of Strategy for the firm’s Investor Communication Services (ICS). He was later named President of BBD ICS in 2017 and helped “steer that business through a period of double-digit growth and innovation.”

In the new role, Broadridge, which delivers technology-driven solutions to banks, broker-dealers, asset and wealth managers and public companies, said Koopman will be responsible for its enterprise product vision and strategy. He will report to the CEO, Tim Gokey.

In addition, the fintech company expects Koopman to work towards “building enterprise-wide platforms to benefit Broadridge clients, empowering product management teams, and accelerating innovation in partnership with our technology teams.”

Speaking on Koopman’s appointment, Gokey noted that the executive’s “proven record of driving product innovation at both Broadridge and at previous companies" will be “invaluable” to the fintech firm. Koopman, on his part, said he was excited to lead the company’s efforts as its scales towards becoming the leading global fintech firm serving governance and capital markets as well as wealth and investment managers.

More on Koopman’s Career

Before Broadridge, Koopman was a Senior Vice President, Corporate Strategy and Implementation at NYSE Euronext. Based in New York City, he worked for the firm for four years, starting in 2010.

The executive joined NYSE Euronext from Orc Software, where he was the President of North America for three years. He joined the company after the firm acquired his co-founded business called Cameron Systems. However, Orc Software is now a part of Broadridge.

At the Boston Consulting Group, Koopman was a Management Consultant, and he worked at the firm for one year between 1999 and 2001. The executive holds a Bachelor’s degree in Economics, Finance and Political Science from the University of Waikato in New Zealand.

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