Broadridge appoints Koopman as new Chief Product Officer
Martin Koopman has been appointed as Chief Product Officer, effective January 1, 2023.
In this role, Koopman will lead the Product Management team working across all business units to collectively drive Broadridge's delivery of world-class SaaS and other service offerings to leading financial services clients.
He will be responsible for Broadridge's enterprise product vision and strategy, building enterprise-wide platforms to benefit Broadridge clients, empowering product management teams, and accelerating innovation in partnership with our technology teams.
"Martin has a proven record of driving product innovation both at Broadridge and at previous companies," says Tim Gokey, Chief Executive of Broadridge.
"His vision and proven ability to execute will be invaluable as we become the foremost SaaS provider to the financial services industry," Gokey adds.
"I'm excited to lead our efforts as we scale to become the leading global FinTech serving Governance, Capital Markets, and Wealth and Investment Management," Koopman says.
"I look forward to working with our clients and our talented product management and technology associates to ensure that we continue to deliver world-class solutions for our clients."
In his new role, Koopman will report directly to CEO Tim Gokey.
Koopman joined Broadridge in 2014 as Head of Strategy for Broadridge's Investor Communication Services business.
In 2017, he was named President Bank Broker-Dealer (BBD), where he helped steer that business through a period of double-digit growth and innovation. Martin oversaw the successful launch of 70+ product initiatives, including the Shareholder Rights Directive solution in Europe with 300+ new clients; retail shareholder tools, including the ProxyVote app, proxyvote.com and external APIs.
He has 23 years of industry experience across both investor communications and capital markets/institutional trading, and he has held positions at NYSE Euronext, Boston Consulting Group, and Itiviti/Orc Software after its acquisition of Cameron Systems, which he co-founded.