Source: Eze Castle Integration
Eze Castle Integration, Inc., a leading provider of technology and IT services to the financial services industry, today announced the promotion of company veteran Christopher (Chris) Grandi to president of Eze Castle Integration.
Grandi, who previously served as managing director of business development for the company, will report to John Cahaly, who will continue to serve as chief executive officer (CEO) and director of the company.
"Appointing Chris to president of Eze Castle Integration to lead our front-office operations was a very logical choice as he has been instrumental in supporting our growth," said Cahaly, CEO of Eze Castle Integration. "We continue to achieve rapid growth and have reached a point in our evolution that allows us to further expand the CEO and president roles. By splitting the CEO and president positions we can effectively and efficiently stay focused on balancing short-term, day-to-day operations goals with long-term initiatives to help ensure we are strategic about our continued expansion."
In his new role as president, Grandi will assume management of Eze Castle Integration's day-to-day front office operations including sales, marketing, product development and client services. Cahaly continues to drive the company's long-term strategies, strategic partnerships and corporate development initiatives, as well as management of back office operations including finance.
Grandi joined Eze Castle Integration in 2002 to manage sales and corporate development initiatives for the company. Prior to Eze, he founded and ran Dynamic Transactions, Inc., an Internet holding company that was acquired by eTimeCapital (Deutsche Bank subsidiary) in 2000. Previously, he was an associate at Goldman Sachs. Grandi holds an MBA from Harvard University and a Bachelor of Arts from University of California at Los Angeles.