Broadridge has announced the appointment of Jerome Hoffman as Head of International Partnerships and Alliances, a newly created role that focuses on the EMEA and Asia Pacific regions.
Hoffman will be in charge of creating and further developing relationships with firms across the financial services spectrum, including technology vendors and service providers, consultancies, system integrators, market intermediaries and infrastructure providers, in the aforementioned regions.
Broadridge aims to drive greater collaboration for mutual success in delivering best-in-class solutions and services, helping clients to navigate risk, optimise operations and deliver an enhanced customer experience.
Jerome Hoffman, Head of International Partnerships and Alliances at Broadridge, said: “Being able to forge more impactful partnerships and wider relationships is key to Broadridge’s strategy in 2021 and beyond. I’m looking forward to cultivating and maintaining these connections to deliver the myriad benefits which will result from smart, strategic and tactical collaboration with our broader ecosystems.”
Hoffman will report to Mike Thrower, VP International Account Management, and will work in close collaboration with Ira Newman, Broadridge’s Head of Global Partnerships and Alliances.
Mike Thrower, VP International Account Management at Broadridge, commented: “Jerome has driven new business sales across EMEA for many of Broadridge’s business units, while actively working with many of our existing partners in his previous sales role. I have great confidence in Jerome’s ability to deliver even stronger results from our partner network across Broadridge International.”
Hoffman is an industry veteran with expertise in a wide range of areas, including global technology and operations, communications and data and analytics, obtained in past senior business development roles at Harland Financial, SIX Telekurs and Bank of Ireland.