ON THE MOVE: GoldenSource Tabs Jeremy Katzeff; Leaf Wade Joins Optiver

GoldenSource, an independent provider of Enterprise Data Management (EDM) and Master Data Management (MDM), appointed Jeremy Katzeff, CFA as Head of Buy Side Solutions. Based in NYC, Katzeff will report to Global Head of Products Tom Stock and take the lead role in expanding GoldenSource’s investment data management capabilities globally. Katzeff is a 17-year industry veteran who previously held senior roles building and implementing buy side solutions at Broadridge, JPMorgan Chase & Co., and Blackrock. His role is to further expand GoldenSource Nexus, the investment data management platform that encapsulates the firm’s data mastering and investment data warehouse solutions. 

Optiver appointed Leaf Wade as an institutional trader for its London trading team, which started in 2019. He joins Optiver from Goldman Sachs, where he worked as an equity derivatives sales trader. Prior to that, he spent 11 years as an equity derivatives sales trader as well as a trader on the proprietary trading desk at UBS. A U.S. citizen, Wade holds a degree in Economics from the University of Oregon and an MBA from the University of Oxford – Said Business School.

FactSet, a global provider of integrated financial information, analytical applications, and industry-leading services, appointed Vinay Kapoor as Senior Vice President, Global Chief Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Officer. In this role, Kapoor will lead and oversee DE&I strategy and accelerate efforts to promote a more diverse and inclusive environment at FactSet. He will report to Chief Human Resources Officer Daniel Viens and work closely with CEO Phil Snow, the broader executive leadership team, and leaders across the organization. Kapoor brings over 20 years of professional experience in the banking and finance industry, having previously served as America’s Head of Diversity & Inclusion at BNP Paribas USA.

Allan Schoenberg joined law firm Vinson & Elkins as Global Director of Public Relations and Corporate Affairs, according to Schoenberg’s LinkedIn profile. Schoenberg had been at Nasdaq since 2016, most recently as Global Head of Corporate Communications and Social Media. Prior to Nasdaq, Schoenberg had stints in senior PR roles at Bloomberg and TIAA-CREF, and he spent a decade at CME Group, where he was Executive Director, Corporate Communications.    

Sarah Riley joined the Alternative Investment Management Association (AIMA) as Chief Executive Officer from the Texas Alternative Investments Association, where she served most recently as President and Chief Executive Officer. Under her strategic leadership, the organization has expanded to include all alternative investment strategies and partnerships with key industry stakeholders. She has nearly a decade of experience in both non-profit and financial services industries and has been a strategic advisor to non-profit organizations in both the UK and US. Sarah is based in Austin, TX.

The International Stock Exchange appointed Anthony Byrne to the new role of Head of Bond Markets. Based in Ireland and operating across primarily Dublin and London, Byrne joins TISE  after previously holding senior executive positions at both the Irish Stock Exchange and Euronext. Byrne has nearly 15 years’ experience working in a stock exchange business development and client relationship capacity with particular expertise in international primary bond markets. He holds a degree in Law from the National University of Ireland, a Postgraduate Diploma in Financial Services and Securitisation from the Dublin Institute of Technology and a Postgraduate Diploma in Legal Practice from BPP University, London.

BNP Paribas announced the following changes to its management team, which will take effect in May: 

Philippe Bordenave will exit his role as  Chief Operating Officer, a position that he has held since 2011, to become Senior Executive Advisor to General Management and the Chair of the Board.

Jacques d’Estais, after 39 years of service in the Group, and as Deputy Chief Operating Officer in charge of International Financial Services since 2011, has decided to step down from his duties and devote himself to various personal projects from the end of 2021.

Michel Konczaty, Deputy Chief Operating Officer since 2014, becomes Executive Advisor to General Management.

Alain Papiasse will become Executive Advisor to General Management while retaining the position of Chairman of CIB.

Thierry Varène becomes Executive Advisor to General Management while retaining the position of Global Head for Large Clients.