Broadridge Financial Solutions, a provider of business intelligence for the asset management industry, announced on Tuesday that it has appointed Alastair McGill as General Manager of its Messaging, Reconciliation, and Connectivity solutions business (MRC). He will report to Tom Carey, the President of Broadridge International.
McGill has over 25 years of experience in the financial technology sector. He joins the company from Cashfac Technologies, a provider of Bank-to-Corporate Cash Management solutions for financial institutions, businesses, and public sector organizations.
Broadridge’s Messaging, Reconciliations, and Connectivity are offered to financial services firms, ranging from asset and wealth managers to brokers and dealers. The solutions increase the operational efficiencies and help to mitigate risk.
At the firm, McGill will be responsible for the strategy and execution of its MRC business. Furthermore, according to his LinkedIn, he will also focus on achieving a high level of customer satisfaction for Broadridge’s MRC solutions. He will be based in London.
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McGill’s most recent position was Global Managing Director at Cashfac Technologies. In this role, he was responsible for leading the global Sales, Product Consulting, Marketing and Business Development operations for the company.
Before his role at Cashfac, McGill spent ten years on the Management Board of SmartStream Technologies. During this time he was on the board in a variety of positions – EVP Global Business Development & Alliances, EVP Asia Pacific, and Chief Marketing Officer.
McGill began his career in marketing
McGill kicked off his career in marketing. In 1993 he was the Marketing Manager at Hewlett Packard, an enterprise tech company. After five years, he left the company to join PeopleSoft as the Marketing Director.
He held this position for more than five years before moving on to SmartStream in 2004. He initially joined the tech company as the Chief Marketing Officer & Head of Alliances. Between 1989 to 1993 McGill studied at the Manchester Metropolitan University. He went on to graduate with a Bachelor (honors) in Business Studies.