GoldenSource appoints Greg Stockett CFO

Source: GoldenSource

GoldenSource Corporation, a global software provider of Enterprise Data Management (EDM) solutions for financial and securities institutions worldwide, today announced the appointment of Greg Stockett as Chief Financial Officer (CFO).

Based in the New York office, Stockett will report directly to the President & CEO as well as the Board of Directors.

Stockett brings to GoldenSource more than 17 years' of financial control experience within the financial services technology industry. Most recently he was the CFO of GlobeOp Financial Services, a hedge fund services company headquartered in New York and London, with extensive operations in Mumbai, India.

Previously Stockett served as executive vice president and CFO for NASDAQ-quoted Barra, Inc., a leading provider of risk analytics to the investment management industry. While at Barra, Stockett managed the finance, information technology and investor relations initiatives up until the firm was acquired by Morgan Stanley in 2004. Stockett began his career at Deloitte & Touche LLP, where he spent over 7 years in the financial services audit group and earned his CPA. Stockett received a BS degree in Business Administration from the University of California, Berkeley, in 1988.

Commenting on this recent appointment, Michael Meriton, President & CEO at GoldenSource said: "We are pleased to announce Greg's appointment to our executive management team; a step which is consistent with our growth plan and commitment to our clients and partners. Greg's professional background, his strong experience in the securities industry and in leading the global financial operations for a public software company makes him an asset to GoldenSource."

Greg Stockett replaces outgoing CFO, Harpreet Grewal. Stockett says: "I'm looking forward to working with such an innovative team in a market-leading company. As the financial services industry embraces EDM as a requirement to drive business solutions GoldenSource is well positioned for strong growth in the years ahead."

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