Tuesday, 23 September 2014
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Jul 31 2007 | 1:14pm ET
Spectrum Global Fund Administration has appointed Martin Bronstein as chief information officer and the promoted Michael Evans to chief technology officer.
Bronstein previously served as executive vice president and CTO of Bank One’s Commercial Bank, manager of international technology for Bankers Trust.
"Marty’s progressive leadership, shared vision, strategic planning and business management experience will be an excellent fit with our firm and clients given the dramatic growth and institutionalization of the industry," stated Carol Burke, Spectrum’s CEO.
Evans has been with Spectrum since 2001, and has contributed to the architecture, development and management of Spectrums proprietary technology, Virtual Back Office.
"Michael’s new role as CTO and the addition of Marty Bronstein will help us continue to exceed our client’s expectations, further strengthen our powerful technology and bring additional innovation to our dynamic team," said Ron Suber, Spectrum’s president.
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