Technology veteran Jay Nadler, the former co-owner of Interactive Data during his initial stint with the company, is rejoining private equity firm Warburg Pincus, stepping into the new role with immediately effect.
In his new role he will rejoin Warburg Pincus as its executive in residence within the Technology, Media and Telecommunications and the Industrials and Business Services groups. In this capacity he will help grapple and explore opportunities and strategies across the informational and technology space.
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The decision to rejoin the group comes after less than two months removed from Interactive Data, where he worked as its Chief Operating Officer (COO) for over five years – he parted ways with the group back in January 2016.
Prior to this, Mr. Nadler held a number of roles at other Warburg Pincus-backed companies, including MLM Information Services. He most recently served as a strategic advisor for companies and private equity firms in the information services, software, and technology-enabled services sectors.
In addition, Mr. Nadler has worked at iParadigms, Information Holdings, Intellectual Property Technology Exchange Inc., and Thomson Financial, among others, part of a lengthy career spanning back to 1988, according to information made public on his Linkedin profile.