Dash Financial Technologies, the industry’s leading capital markets technology and execution provider, today announced the addition of Scott Patrick as Chief Financial Officer.
Reporting directly to CEO Peter Maragos, Mr. Patrick will be responsible for leading financial operations and strategic planning for the firm.
Mr. Patrick brings 25 years of experience in financial services and financial technology from his previous roles as an investment banker, an equity research analyst, and a strategic communications advisor. He joins Dash from Brunswick Group, where he served as a Partner, specializing in M&A transactions, IPOs and investor relations matters. Prior to Brunswick, Mr. Patrick was a Managing Director in the Financial Technology Group at investment bank GCA Advisors, and before that he spent over 10 years at Evercore Partners, most recently serving as Head of Payments Investment Banking. He began his career at Morgan Stanley, where he worked for over 12 years, including in roles in M&A and as the firm’s lead equity research analyst covering the Financial Technology industry.
“We are very excited to welcome Scott to the Dash family,” said Mr. Maragos. “He brings incredibly deep experience from across the capital markets and a strong background in fostering a culture of operational and financial excellence. I know I speak for our board and entire leadership team when I say that we look forward to working hand-in-hand with him as we execute on the shared vision we have for our firm.”
Mr. Patrick said: “I am thrilled to be joining the Dash team at such an important time for the company and the markets, and I look forward to helping the firm continue to build on the great success it has already achieved to date. Dash is incredibly well positioned to benefit from a number of strong secular trends in the institutional trading space. Its innovative suite of award-winning products and services drive demonstrable value for clients, addressing the growing demands and challenges they face as they navigate ever-increasing market complexity and regulatory demands. The opportunities that lie ahead for Dash have never been greater.”