Fintech major Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc. (NYSE:BR) today announced the appointment of Germán Soto Sanchez as Senior Vice President of Corporate Strategy.

In this role, Mr Sanchez will be responsible for developing, evolving and communicating Broadridge’s vision and strategic plan as he leads its strategy, partnership and other growth-related activities. He joins Broadridge as Michael Tae, his predecessor who served in the role since 2017, transitions into a new position as Chief Transformation Officer for its Investor Communication Solutions business.

Most recently, Germán Soto Sanchez served as President and a member of the Board of Directors for Cloud9 Technologies, LLC, a cloud-based communications and analytics platform for the trader voice industry. He was responsible for Cloud9’s data business and managed and led all aspects of Cloud9’s strategic partnerships, capital raising, investor relations, legal and marketing while actively engaging in product and development.

Prior to Cloud9, Mr Sanchez served as executive director and leader of JPMorgan Chase & Co.’s Corporate and Investment Bank (CIB) FinTech Team and was responsible for sourcing, structuring, executing and monitoring strategic investments as part of the JPMorgan Chase Strategic Investments team. Previously, he held key roles at Certus Holdings, Inc., AIC Private Equity, McKinsey & Co. Inc., and Bain & Co. Inc.

Mr Sanchez commented on his appointment:

“It’s especially exciting to join Broadridge right now as the company is at a key growth point. The global financial industry is increasingly embracing innovation and technology and Broadridge is uniquely positioned to partner with firms to help accelerate their business transformations and create value. I look forward to working as part of the Broadridge team to deliver on the company’s long-term growth plans.”

Germán Soto Sanchez received his MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business and a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from MIT.

Speaking of changes at the top of Broadridge, let’s recall that, in November 2020, the company announced the appointment of Edmund Reese as its Chief Financial Officer (CFO).