Eze Software Group Promotes Quinlan To Lead EMEA

Jun 1 2017 | 10:44pm ET

Investment industry technology provider Eze Software Group has strengthened its EMEA operations with the promotion of 18-year company veteran David Quinlan to the position of executive managing director for the region. 

In his new role, Quinlan will be leading EMEA business development, sales and client services and will focus on the needs of the growing number of the company’s clients in the MiFID II environment, Eze said in a statement.

Quinlan, who joined Eze in 1999, has held a number of critical executive roles across the organization and was recently the company’s head of strategy. 

“In the last year, we’ve seen tremendous opportunity in EMEA as investment managers look to optimize their investment processes with technology to help them in their quest for MiFID II compliance,” said Jeffrey Shoreman, Eze’s president and CEO, in the statement. 

EMEA has been a strategic growth region for Eze, with a number of ongoing initiatives such as improving transaction reporting, commission management and other MiFID II-related projects taking center stage this year. 

Headquartered in Boston, Eze Software is a global leading provider of investment management software solutions designed to optimize operational and investment alpha throughout the entire investment process. The company services more than 2,000 institutions in 45 nations, including broker-dealers, endowments, family offices, hedge funds, institutional asset managers, mutual funds, pension funds, and wealth managers across a range of investment strategies.

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