Robert Grant Lands at UnaVista as Head of Business Development

UnaVista has added financial industry veteran, Robert Grant, who joins as the Head of Business Development in the Americas.

UnaVista, the London Stock Exchange Group’s (LSEG) regulatory reporting platform, has appointed Robert Grant as its newest Head of Business Development, Software – Americas, according to a UnaVista statement.

UnaVista is the London Stock Exchange Group’s (LSEG) globally hosted platform for matching, validation, and reconciliation needs. The platform itself offers a cascade of business solutions via one consolidated interface aimed at reducing regulatory risk across all asset classes.

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Mr. Grant joins UnaVista with over 25 years of experience in the industry, having most recently served as senior vice president of sales at Axiom Software Laboratories since 2011. Prior to this, Mr. Grant managed sales at FRSGlobal, a regulatory reporting and risk management arm of Wolters Kluwer Financial Services.

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In his new role as the head of business development, Mr. Grant will be based at LSEG’s UnaVista office in New York. UnaVista christened its first US office back in 2013 having seen its North American team grow steadily over the past two years.

According to Michael Leach, MD of Global Business Development, London Stock Exchange, in a recent statement on the appointment, “We are delighted to welcome Bob to London Stock Exchange Group. He has a tremendous track record in the regulatory reporting, compliance and risk management space, so is an outstanding addition to our UnaVista team.”

“Bob’s experience of helping firms address multiple global regulatory issues fits perfectly with UnaVista’s flexible reporting solutions. As the regulatory landscape continues to evolve, firms are looking to global technology platforms such as UnaVista to provide consolidated regulatory reporting functionality that will be able to encompass future regulation and safeguard them from change,” he added.

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