Symphony Makes Three Appointments
Posted by Colin Lambert. Last updated: October 19, 2021
Infrastructure and technology platform Symphony has made three senior appointments in its business following recent M&A activity.
Following the acquisition of StreetLinx in August, tghat firm’s co-founder Gary Godshaw has been named as chief revenue officer for Symphony. In wat is a newly created role, Godshaw will lead the organisation’s commercial business, including strategic account management solutions and client experience.
Jim Miller has been named as chief client experience officer – he joined Symphony as part of its acquisition of Cloud9 Technologies in June, at the latter he was chief operating officer. Miller will manage the B2B client experience, from the initial interaction and every touchpoint thereafter, seeking improvements based on data and implement best practices across the board. He will also continue with his current Cloud9 business operations activities.
Marie Patton has joined Symphony as managing director for Asia-Pacific. In what is again a newly-created role, she will lead and execute the firm’s strategy in the region, working closely with the respective global leads of Symphony’s business activities. Patton joins from fixed income fintech OpenDoor where she was chief administrative officer. Patton joined the firm at the start of 2018 after an almost 40 year career at Icap/TP Icap in New York, most latterly in e-commerce business development roles.
“It’s an exciting time for Symphony as we continue connecting people with purpose, growing our business, and acquiring and integrating companies that will help us deliver true networked markets’ infrastructure to the financial services industry,” says Brad Levy, CEO of Symphony.