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Broadridge revamps corporate site

19 April 2012  |  1506 views  |  0 Source: Broadridge Financial Solutions

Broadridge Financial Solutions (NYSE: BR), a technology services company focused on global capital markets, today announced the launch of their new corporate website broadridge.com.

The new site focuses on delivering information to the site visitor whether it is the company's product and service information or various Broadridge insights. 

"The new website is designed to serve as a leading resource for clients, media, and the broader financial services community as companies seek to successfully navigate change," said Timothy Gokey, Corporate Senior Vice President and Chief Corporate Development Officer, Broadridge. "The insights shared on broadridge.com can provide stakeholders with knowledge to understand prevailing issues impacting the industry."

The new website features a completely re-designed look and feel that enables visitors to more intuitively find solutions. Banks and broker-dealers, mutual fund complexes, corporate issuers and financial advisors can easily identify solutions for their businesses.

"The site was redesigned with the client in mind, knowing that they are seeking insights into investor communication, securities processing and operations outsourcing solutions," said Stefanie Shelley, Chief Marketing Officer, Broadridge. "With more people experiencing websites on mobile devices, the new broadridge.com is a resource for people searching for information on iPhones, iPads or any other mobile device." 

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