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Cordium adds Brad Prodger to San Francisco team

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Cordium, a provider of regulatory compliance consulting, software, accounting and tax services to the asset management and securities industry, has appointed Brad Prodger as Vice President of Business Development, Strategic Partnerships and Distribution Channels.

Prodger is responsible for developing partnerships with custodians and broker dealers, as well as industry software vendors to distribute best of breed compliance management software and services to RIA and BD clients. Prodger will work with partner sales and account management teams to introduce Cordium software, training videos and a wide range of consulting services to enable them to establish highly efficient compliance programs.
Prodger’s appointment coincides with Cordium’s announcement that it is developing US based custodian partnerships for the distribution of its industry leading compliance software. Custodians continue to evolve their services and partner offerings, delivering robust tools and services to RIAs which enable operational efficiencies.
Bill Mulligan, CEO of Cordium US and Software, says: “Our strategy of introducing software products, video libraries and industry regulation specific content to the Custodian markets is designed to make available user intuitive compliance tools in an economical and easy to deploy model. With these software services – compliance management not only becomes much more efficient, it brings peace of mind to the RIA that they now can get in front of and proactively manage the complexities of their programs. We are delighted to welcome Brad to the Cordium team.”
Prodger was hired, in part, to manage the sales of this program and is based at Cordium’s San Francisco office. With over 25 years’ experience, Prodger has extensive knowledge of the front, middle and back offices with first-hand experience in the capital markets, banking and insurance market sectors.

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