ADP Brokerage restructures sales force
16 July 2002 | 2304 views | 0
ADP Brokerage Services has re-organised its global sales force and hired Jim Gregory, formerly of Symphoni Interactive, as a new managing director.
Gregory takes charge of the team that sells ADP’s services into the regional broker dealers, ECNs, exchanges, and day traders.
His appointment is part of a reshuffle of the sales team at ADP which is designed to account for diferences in US and international customer needs. Gregory joins ADP's three other North American managing directors: Ivar Eilertsen, who is in charge of international banks; Helen Miller, who looks after the US banking industry; and Bob Santangelo who is handling investment banks.
Internationally, Paul Thomas has been charged with European and Asian sales efforts. His group will promote ADP’s global capabilities across these regions.
Donald Totter retains global responsibility for all aspects of sales within BSG.