ConvergEx Taps Hutner, De Rosa To Co-Head Eze Global Sales

Aug 30 2011 | 8:13am ET

Technology company ConvergEx Group, has name Michael Hutner and A.J. De Rosa co-heads of global sales for its order management system, Eze OMS. 

Both will be based in New York, with De Rosa focusing on new client sales and Hutner on existing clients. They will report to Tom Gavin, CEO of the group’s Eze Castle Software.

Hutner, who has been with Eze Castle Software since 2000, was responsible for starting Eze’s client service office in New York and oversaw East Coast regional operations before being promoted to managing director of global business development in 2006. Before joining Eze, he was a senior associate at PricewaterhouseCoopers.

De Rosa joined Eze Castle Software in 2002, having held various positions at the company including senior vice president and head of new client sales for North America. Prior to joining Eze, De Rosa worked for Financial Models Company and Thomson Financial.

ConvergEx Group’s software products and technology-enabled services span the investment life cycle and are designed to enable customers to achieve improved results through operational and workflow efficiencies, execution and analytical tools and highly personalized service. The firm serves customers accessing over 100 global markets.  Formed in 2006, the firm has over 1,200 employees in 22 locations throughout the U.S., Europe, Asia, Australia and Africa.


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