LiquidityBook Appoints Ryan Canfield as Lead Product Analyst

The former Broadridge Executive will be working on enhancing the firm’s existing products for clients.

LiquidityBook, a provider of buy and sell-side trading solutions, announced on Wednesday that Ryan Canfield has been appointed as Lead Product Analyst. Canfield, who has almost 20 years of experience working with technology, will be working on enhancing the firm’s existing products for clients.

Ryan Canfield, LiquidityBook
LiquidityBook’s newest team member, Ryan Canfield

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“More and more, clients are turning to next-generation systems like ours to replace legacy OMS platforms,” said LiquidityBook’s Chief Revenue Officer Sean Sullivan. “We’re thrilled to further build out our product group with the addition [of] Ryan, who will lead the way in delivering best-in-class investment management solutions built to match our clients’ unique demands.”

Canfield joins LiquidityBook from Broadridge Financial Solutions where he was a Senior Director of Product Management. He spent seven years with the corporate services firm, having initially worked for Paladyne Systems, which was acquired by Broadridge in 2012.

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From Broadridge to LiquidityBook

Prior to joining Paladyne in 2011, Canfield served as a Senior Business Consultant for Eze Castle Software – an investment technology firm. During his time there he worked with the firm’s hedge fund client base to develop a long-term strategic product road-map.

According to a statement issued by LiquidityBook this Wednesday, Canfield will be responsible for forming a team that will manage product enhancements. That will mean working with deployment and client services groups to examine client requests and see what can be done to make those requests a reality.

“I’ve spent the better part of my career working with buy-side clients to design and deliver technology solutions crafted to meet their specific needs, but the ability to effect [sic] these client-driven enhancements at LiquidityBook is like nothing I’ve previously experienced,” said Canfield. “I couldn’t be more excited to get started with the LiquidityBook client service, product and technology teams and begin working to provide highly-tailored solutions to our growing roster of users.”

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