Rockefeller Capital Management appoints Morgan Stanley CIO as new Head of Technology

By Jonathan Dyble
Independent financial services firm Rockefeller Capital Management has appointed Christopher Randazzo, the Chief Information Officer for Global Wealth M...

Independent financial services firm Rockefeller Capital Management has appointed Christopher Randazzo, the Chief Information Officer for Global Wealth Management and Investment Management at Morgan Stanley, as its new Head of Wealth Management and Head of Technology & Operations.

During his time at Morgan Stanley, Randazzo was responsible for overseeing the strategic direction of technology platforms across the business. Further, previous to his appointment at Morgan Stanley, he acted as the CIO for Bank of America Merrill Lynch between 2008-2013, bringing a wealth of experience to Rockefeller.

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“As the importance of seamless, integrated technology solutions continues to grow for both clients and advisors, Chris’s experience developing and implementing state-of-the-art solutions at large organizations is invaluable,” said Gregory Fleming, CEO and President of Rockefeller.

“Chris understands how top Advisors leverage technology to better serve their clients, and he will be critically important in developing the best-in-class tools that will underpin Rockefeller Wealth Management’s differentiated service offerings.”

Having launched this month following the acquisition of Rockefeller & Co., Rockefeller Capital Management is looking to become a premier financial advisory firm, a goal that Randazzo will play a key role in pursuing.

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