PerTrac Names New Heads Of Global Biz Strategy, Marketing

May 25 2011 | 9:52am ET

New York-based investment software firm PerTrac has tapped Lisa Corvese as managing director of global business strategy and Jed Alpert as managing director of global marketing.

Corvese comes to PerTrac from hedge fund administrator GlopeOp Financial Services, where she served as head of global client relationship management. She has held executive-level positions at both Reuters and Standard & Poor’s and has launched successful businesses in electronic brokerage, wealth management and financial services.
 
Alpert, who brings almost 20 years of international B2B marketing experience with technology growth companies to his new post, served most recently as vice president of marketing at ContextWeb, an online ad exchange. Alpert has also held management positions with Wolters Kluwer and began his career in consulting with the Washington, D.C.-based Advisory Board Company.

Said Brendan Dolan, PerTrac co-president: “The investment management industry has expanded in the past year, and PerTrac is focused on delivering solutions that help our clients maximize returns, increase efficiency, manage compliance and reduce risk. I’m pleased to welcome two experienced industry and marketing veterans to PerTrac. Lisa and Jed will not only add increased depth to our management team, but also help us to continue to deliver innovative solutions for our clients across the continuum of the investing process.”

 


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