Broadridge Makes Three Executive Hires to Its London Office

Kimberly Jewell, Mike Thrower and Peter Morris will all join Broadridge’s London office, focusing on the EMEA region.

Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc. (NYSE: BR) made three new senior executive hires today, bolstering its London office in an attempt to grow the firm’s support as a hub for global financial institutions, according to a Broadridge statement.

As a result of the hires, Kimberly Jewell, Mike Thrower, and Peter Morris will all join Broadridge’s London office, collectively bringing several decades of experience in the banking and brokerage realms, as well as client relationship management and sales.

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Ms. Jewell joins Broadridge as its Managing Director of Global Accounts and will be tasked with supporting Broadridge’s tier-one global clients who are headquartered in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA). Prior to landing at Broadridge, she worked at SunGard having held several senior level roles – additional stops have also included JPMorgan Chase, Fidelity Investments and Banc of America Securities, and E*TRADE Securities.

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Alternatively, Mr. Thrower has been tapped as the new Head of Sales for EMEA at Broadridge and will be responsible for leading a global team of sales executives, focused on growing and fostering relationships with both existing and new clients across the capital markets.

He joins Broadridge with over two decades of financial markets experience, including developments in financial technology businesses in foreign exchange (FX). Previously, he has worked at Wall Street Systems, Cognotec and TSB Hill Samuel Bank.

Finally, Mr. Morris steps into the position of Head of Revenue and Expense Management Services for the global capital markets segment – EMEA. Over his three decade long career, he has held many senior executive roles at firms such as Nomura Securities, Banc of America Securities, Lehman Brothers, Commerzbank and Cantor Fitzgerald.

According to Tim Gokey, Chief Operating Officer (COO) at Broadridge, in a recent statement on the appointments, “Never has there been a greater need among European and global financial institutions for technology and operations solutions that dramatically increase efficiencies. By adding executive talent to the region, we are reinforcing our ability to help multi-national clients transform and innovate to strengthen their performance in this rapidly changing market environment.”

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