Sky Road Taps Hedge Fund IT Vet To Head NYC Office

Oct 9 2013 | 9:55am ET

Trading and risk solutions provider Sky Road has opened a New York City office to be led by Richard Itri, the former CIO of both Arbalet Capital and Arrowhawk Capital.

The Chicago-based firm said the new office will help it better serve both domestic and international institutions.

Itri brings over 15 years of IT executive experience to Sky Road. Prior to his CIO roles, Itri served in numerous technology management positions at a variety of firms including Pequot Capital Management, HSBC’s Alternative Funds Services group and AIG.

“I am excited to join Sky Road and lead the New York office at this important juncture for the company,” said Itri, who will report directly to Sky Road founder and president John Borse in Chicago. “Sky Road’s Motion Services Platform is a truly unique service delivery model that blends the key components clients desire—software, domain expertise and daily operational process support—in a single package. With the opening of the New York City office, our ability to service this important market will continue to expand.”
 

 


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