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Wall Street Horizon has appointed Bob Aloisi as vice president of product management, Joseph Ranieri as director of client management and Gerry Berian as director of operations.
In addition, Bruce R Fador has joined the company’s executive advisory board.
Fador brings more than 25 years of industry experience including prominent executive posts as CEO of Thomson First Call, WorldStreet Corporation, Weiss Ratings and Financial Research Corporation.
“I am thrilled to be working closely with the Wall Street Horizon team as a hands-on advisor,” says Fador. “They have created one of the most compelling data businesses I have seen in the financial services industry. With institutional traders increasingly focused on gaining access to differentiated and actionable data, Wall Street Horizon’s potential for continued growth is huge.”
For the past eight years, Aloisi has been in charge of operations at WSH. In his new role, he is focused on enhancing existing products and launching new offerings. Previously Aloisi spent 20 years at Fidelity Investments across institutional, retail and employer services.
Ranieri brings over 20 years of equities trading experience, most notably as head of US equity trading for Canaccord Adams (now Canaccord Genuity). His responsibilities at WSH include helping clients maximise value from the company’s data services and championing their feedback into WSH product direction.
Berian has joined WSH to manage data collection, data processing and data delivery services. For over 30 years at Verizon and other leading telecomm firms, he managed high-volume infrastructure and mission-critical operations.
“I am excited to work with this seasoned leadership team,” says Barry L Star, managing director of Wall Street Horizon. “Their contributions will be instrumental to Wall Street Horizon’s next phase of accelerated growth.”
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