CLS has named four senior bankers to its board of directors, bringing the total to 23, the four were elected at the recent CLS annual general meeting.
The four are; Vincent Bonamy, who is currently managing director, head of global intermediary services GFX, at HSBC Global Markets based in London; Gerald Brady, global chief information officer for Morgan Stanley; Michael Lawrence, managing director CAO, foreign exchange & local markets at Citi Global Markets in London; and Robert Stolte, head of technology for a number of businesses and functions at JP Morgan’s Commercial and Investment Bank including equities, prime, global clearing, markets risk and PnL reporting.
“We are very pleased to welcome Vincent, Jerry, Mike and Bob to the Board,” says Ken Harvey, chairman of the board at CLS. “They will bring critical insight to key areas of our business, such as technology, cybersecurity, risk and operations. Their unique perspectives will be helpful in understanding the challenges facing market participants today. We look forward to working with them.”
CLS CEO David Puth adds, “Their collective insight and experience, drawn from across the global financial industry, will be invaluable in supporting the delivery of our growth strategy. We are fortunate to have them on board to guide our decisions as we continue to grow and diversify our product portfolio, creating standardised solutions to empower the success of our clients.”