William C. Stone founded SS&C in 1986 and has served as Chairman of the Board of Directors and Chief Executive Officer since SS&C's inception. Prior to founding SS&C, Mr. Stone directed the financial services consulting practice of KPMG LLP, an accounting firm based in Hartford, Connecticut and was Vice President of Administration and Special Investment Services at Advest, Inc., a financial services company.
Normand A. Boulanger has served as SS&C's President and Chief Operating Officer since October 2004. Mr. Boulanger has held a number of executive positions at SS&C since 1994. Prior to joining SS&C, Mr. Boulanger was Manager of Investment Accounting for The Travelers, a property liability insurance provider.
Patrick J. Pedonti has served as SS&C's Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer since August 2002 and was Vice President and Treasurer between 1999 and 2002. Prior to joining SS&C, Mr. Pedonti was Vice President and Chief Financial Officer for Accent Color Sciences, Inc., a company specializing in high-speed color printing.
Paul Igoe has served as SS&C’s Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary since January 2013. Before that, his roles included Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary for Lydall, Inc., a manufacturer of filtration media and thermal/acoustical products; and Associate General Counsel and Assistant Secretary to Teradyne, Inc., a manufacturer of automatic test equipment for the semiconductor industry.
Marc Beliveau has served as SS&C's Vice President and Controller since June 2010. Prior to that, Mr. Beliveau served as SS&C's Controller from August 2005 to June 2010 and Assistant Controller from April 2003 to August 2005. Before joining SS&C, Mr. Beliveau worked in PwC’s assurance practice, specializing in audit and transaction services for public and private technology clients. Mr. Beliveau graduated from the University of Connecticut and is a Certified Public Accountant.
Stewart Bent joined SS&C in 2014 and is Managing Director of SS&C GlobeOp Asia. He brings more than 20 years of experience in the alternatives industry including deep roots within the Asia Pacific region. Prior to joining SS&C, Mr. Bent was Head of Strategy and Business Development, Asia Pacific, for Apex Fund Services where he focused on forging strong relationships with key market players and institutional investors.
Christy Bremner serves as Senior Vice President for SS&C’s Institutional and Investment Management division where she has overall responsibility for sales, operations and strategic direction. She joined SS&C in 2012 as Senior Vice President and General Manager of the PORTIA division following its acquisition from Thomson Reuters. She served as President and Global Managing Director of PORTIA at Thomson Reuters from 2007 and prior to that as Chief Operating Officer for the business.
Adam Hall joined SS&C in 2016 when the company announced a purchase of an interest in Nervanix, LLC, a company that applies advances in the field of neuroscience to improve attention and focus to make learning more efficient and effective. He leads the global training and learning solutions business for SS&C, including the Nervanix products and Zoologic Learning Solutions. Previously, Mr. Hall served as president of SkillsTutor, a division of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (HMH). He also has previous roles in investment banking at JP Morgan in New York City prior to co-founding Impact Education in 2000. Adam serves on the board of directors for the Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) and is heavily involved as a member of the Consortium of School Networking (CoSN). He holds a B.A. in Economics from Columbia University.
Rahul Kanwar is Senior Vice President of SS&C Technologies Inc. and heads SS&C's Alternative Assets division including hedge, private equity and fund of fund administration globally. He joined SS&C when the company acquired the Eisnerfast LLC fund administration business from Eisner LLP in 2005. At Eisner, Mr. Kanwar was responsible for managing and overseeing Eisnerfast LLC from 1998 onwards. Mr. Kanwar has a BA in accounting from Franklin and Marshall College and is a Certified Public Accountant.
Tom Kirkpatrick is Managing Director and Head of SS&C GlobeOp, EMEA. He is responsible for business strategy and operations in Europe and is a member of the board of the firm's regulated entities. Prior to joining SS&C GlobeOp, he served at Credit Suisse First Boston as the European Regional Head of Product Control, where his responsibilities included quality assurance and the development of operational risk metrics.
Steve Kremidas is Senior Vice President and Chief Development Officer responsible for managing software development across a host of financial products both domestically and internationally. Mr. Kremidas has full accountability for strategic functional and technical direction and uses a disciplined software development methodology to produce commercial-grade software for the financial industry.
Tom McMackin joined SS&C in 2005 when the company acquired Open Information Systems (OIS), where he was Chairman and CEO. He founded OIS in 1994 after holding several senior positions at Citibank in the World Wide Securities Services and Financial Institutions groups. At OIS, Mr. McMackin established the company as a leader in providing technology-based products to the world's foremost financial institutions, and achieved over 75% market share in a $200 billion average daily business.
Stephanie D. Miller is Senior Vice President in SS&C’s Alternatives business, responsible for pre-sales and implementation for our largest global fund managers. Prior to joining SS&C in April 2016, Ms. Miller was head of J.P. Morgan’s global fund administration business, with a track record of delivering on financial goals, and extensive expertise in dealing with local regulators and compliance for multi-jurisdictional governance. She has held senior roles at Citco (MD and Management team member for 10 years), Credit Suisse First Boston, The Capital Markets Company, CDC North America, and FGIC Capital Markets, Inc. Ms. Miller holds a B.A. in Accounting and Management Information Systems from Queen's College of the City University of New York.
Bob Moitoso has served as Senior Vice President and General Manager of SS&C's Financial Markets division since early 2012. He has over 25 years of experience in the financial technology and information industry driving product innovation, revenue growth and global expansion. Mr. Moitoso was most recently the Senior Vice President and Global Head of Transactions Services for NYSE Technologies, a division of NYSE Euronext.
Colleen Nelsen joined SS&C in 2000, and is a Senior Vice President and General Manager of SS&C's Treasury, Banks & Credit Unions business unit. She has over 24 years’ experience in the financial services industry, and oversees a broad line of products and services all targeting financial institutions. Ms. Nelsen was a key player in SS&C's successful acquisitions of the DVI division of Netzee, Inc., Real-Time USA and the OMR division of ADP.
David Reid is Senior Vice President of SS&C's Global Institutional Outsourcing Business with oversight and leadership responsibilities for client relationship management, operations, accounting and reporting. In 15 years at SS&C, Mr. Reid has served in various roles, most recently as Senior Vice President and Managing Director of SS&C's International business based in London and as Co-Head of SS&C's Global Hedge Fund Administration business.
Jim Ramenda is Senior Vice President for Enterprise Risk. He oversees business and product development, leads market risk SaaS/BPO service initiatives, and manages sales and support to ensure the highest levels of service are delivered across asset managers, banks, insurance companies, pension funds, real estate managers, and alternative investment managers.
Tim Reilly joined SS&C in June 2013, and serves as Senior Vice President for Institutional and Investment Management. Prior to joining SS&C, Mr. Reilly – a Certified Public Accountant – was a senior financial executive at PwC for almost 28 years, fulfilling key roles in PwC’s local, regional and national markets, most recently as a Market Leader in the PwC Hartford office.
Eric Rocks is Vice President and Managing Director of SS&C Technologies Canada, and in that role is responsible for a wide range of asset management products and services supporting private and institutional investment management. He joined the SS&C team as part of the acquisition of FMC, and in his role as Vice President he led a number of departments, among them development, client support, global operations and PMO.
Nandini Sankar is Managing Director and Head of SS&C GlobeOp Asia, based in Mumbai. Ms. Sankar relocated to India from SS&C GlobeOp's New York office, where she had served as Director of Development since its formative stages in 2000. Prior to joining SS&C GlobeOp, Ms Sankar was a technology strategist at LTCM, where she was responsible for implementing solutions for credit exposure, treasury management and third party reconciliations.
Robert Roley is Senior Vice President of Product and Client Experience for SS&C Advent. He joined SS&C in 2015 when the company acquired Advent Software. Mr. Roley joined Advent Software in 2001 and was a key player in growing Advent’s global accounts business centered around the Geneva platform. Mr. Roley leads the global product management and client service teams for SS&C Advent’s institutional and alternative asset management clients. Responsible for designing solutions based on SS&C Advent’s award-winning portfolio accounting platforms and ensuring that solutions keep pace with the rapid change in the market, Robert is also chartered with ensuring our clients get the full value of their relationship with SS&C through superior service and support. He holds a BS in Operations & Management Information Systems from Santa Clara University.
Bob Schwartz has more than 20 years of experience in managing large global technology teams and projects, particularly for the financial services industry. Mr. Schwartz joined SS&C from GlobeOp (now SS&C GlobeOp), where he was Chief Technology Officer. Previously he was at Lehman Brothers where he served in a number of positions, including as Managing Director for Operations Technology, Chief Technology Officer, and Senior Vice President for Derivative Technology.
Richard Shalowitz joined SS&C in 2002 when the company acquired the DBC municipal finance business from Thomson Financial. Mr. Shalowitz has been part of the DBC organization for over 15 years, maintaining a leadership role through two separate acquisitions. He also held senior level positions when DBC was a private company, including the role of Chief Operating Officer.
Bob Shepro is Senior Vice President and Head of the Private Capital unit where he has overall responsibility for strategic direction, sales and service. Mr. Shepro originally joined SS&C via the 1998 acquisition of his company Shepro Braun Systems, which developed the products Total Return and Antares. He re-joined SS&C in 2015 after several years as consultant focused on hedge fund, family office and wealth management software applications and operations. Bob is a CPA and he began his career in the consulting division of PriceWaterhouse Coopers.
Henry Toy joined SS&C in 2006 and is Managing Director of SS&C GlobeOp Canada. Mr. Toy has built up the Toronto Fund Services location by specializing in hedge fund administration, with a focus on funds with complex strategies, products and structures. Prior to joining SS&C, Mr. Toy was a senior trader before becoming the CFO/COO of Fore Research & Management, a hedge fund in New York.
Dave Welling is Managing Director, Senior Vice President and head of SS&C Advent’s Advisory Market Unit, focused on serving over 2,500 clients who operate as advisors, wealth managers, and high-net-worth asset managers. Mr. Welling joined SS&C in 2015 when the company acquired Advent Software. He joined Advent Software in 2011 when Black Diamond was acquired by Advent. Prior to Advent and Black Diamond, he worked with Charles Schwab in various roles in their advisor custody and 401k businesses. He brings with him 18 years of experience working with the industry’s largest and fastest growing advisory firms. He holds a BA in Economics from Middlebury College and a MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business.