SS&C appoints Anthony Caiafa as its new Chief Technology Officer

By Ben Mouncer
Anthony Caiafa has been named as the new Chief Technology Officer at the leading financial services software provider SS&C. Caiafa, who previously...

Anthony Caiafa has been named as the new Chief Technology Officer at the leading financial services software provider SS&C.

Caiafa, who previously led infrastructure, automation, monitoring and security at Bloomberg, picks up his role immediately and will report directly to Rahul Kanwar, SS&C's President and Chief Operating Officer.

His overarching remit will see him take charge of SS&C's infrastructure technology and hold a senior role in vision and strategy. He will also work closely with customers to deliver long-term value on their technology investments.

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"I am excited to join SS&C at such a pivotal moment of their growth," said Caiafa. "Today, operational transparency, agility and scalability are customer success requirements. SS&C has the technology, deep process expertise and infrastructure to help clients prosper."

Bill Stone, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, added: "Anthony's track record clearly demonstrates his innovative spirit. He is aligned with SS&C's approach of empowering customers with continuous innovation while maintaining very high levels of resilience and redundancy."

Caiafa was on the original team at DigitalOcean where he built the infrastructure to help the company grow to become the leading cloud infrastructure provider it is today.

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