Confluence, a global leader in investment data management automation for regulatory, financial and investor reporting, continues its expansion in Europe with a new addition to its London office: Katie Kiss takes the position of Director of Performance Analytics.
Katie Kiss has joined Confluence as a Director of Performance Analytics, having more than 12 years’ experience in the performance measurement field. She previously served as Global Solution Manager for Performance at SS&C Technologies. Prior to that, she spent 10 years at UBS Global Asset Management where she served as UK Head of Performance for 6 years. She was responsible for performance reporting and analysis.
At Confluence, Katie will be charged with the implementation of a global go-to-market plan for Confluence’s performance analytics solutions as the company extends its performance analytics capabilities to meet the strategic needs of the asset management industry in the region.
Katie will report directly to Philippe Grégoire, Managing Director of performance analytics, who joined Confluence following the acquisition of the Belgium-based risk analytics provider, Orfival.
Commenting on the appointment, Katie Kiss said: “I am delighted to join Confluence at such an exciting time. With the acquisition of Orfival, we are strengthening our overall performance measurement, attribution and analytics capabilities that complement our existing offering through Unity Performance. I look forward to working with the team to establish ourselves as a leading provider of performance analytics solution and to continue to enhance our product to meet the changing needs of our clients.”
Todd Moyer, Executive Vice President, Global Business Development, added: “Europe is now one of the vital markets for our company. We have a strategic opportunity to focus on solving the region’s growing demand for performance analytics solutions and Katie not only brings subject matter expertise, but she will also be instrumental in enhancing our existing offering and developing it to the investment management industry.”
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