TIM Group, a global provider of software, services and platforms for institutional investors to achieve market-beating returns, has recruited three further members to work in its New York office, to increase its footprint in a key market and to continue to support its US clients.
Christopher Kleparek joins the team from Thomson Reuters where he was responsible for growing and maintaining strategic relationships in the capital markets community. Jay Goldenstein joins from RavenPack International where he specialised in quantitative data products. Austin Mueller previously worked at Informa Investment Solutions, helping clients identify best reporting solutions. The trio will focus on business development and managing client relationships for TIM Group.
The business development team is led by Mike Chiappinelli, Head of Sales - North America at TIM Group, who reports to President, Brent Delehey. Mike will focus the team on bringing increased value to existing and new clients.
The move demonstrates TIM Group’s growing foot print in the region. The US fund market is increasingly eager to find new sources of information that help them to outperform, of the type provided by TIM Group’s broker community. This market imperative, combined with the rapid evolution of technology and increasing regulation, is changing the investment industry, and bringing sell-side and buy-side to look for solutions.
Mike Chiappinelli commented: “Sophisticated analytical data is changing the face of investment strategies for both the buy side and sell side. Many of the most successful investors support their teams by focusing on computer driven systematic investment tools. The TIM Group sell-side community generates market beating returns, highlighting the benefit of investment in predictive technology. We are looking forward to supporting our existing clients in the region, as well as providing cutting edge expertise to the growing financial sector.”
TIM Group helps the buy side to make better investment decisions, using the best trade ideas of over 4,000 sell-side brokers. TIM Group’s New York office provides local delivery for client services that are currently being managed from their London headquarters, and assists local clients with specific requirements generated within the US market.
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