21 April 2017
New York
Reporter: Drew Nicol
Trading Apps bolsters US client support team
Trading Apps has snagged EquiLend’s Jacqueline Cacace as its new senior business analyst.

Cacace’s role focuses on developing and designing business requirements for existing and prospective Trading Apps clients, as well as serving as an extra point of technical contact for Trading Apps growing US client base.

She will also serve as a sales engineer assisting the head of US sales.

Cacace joined the securities finance technology vendor’s New York office on 1 April and reports to Matthew Phillips, head of delivery.

At EquiLend, Cacace was vice president at its product management office from October 2013. She also served at J.P. Morgan and Morgan Stanley.

Cacace follows EquiLend’s former head of sales Chris Valentino, who moved to Trading Apps in September 2016 and now leads its US office.

“Jacqueline Cacace’s impressive experience and commitment to the industry are consistent with the culture we have and continue to build upon at Trading Apps,” said Matthew Harrison, CEO of Trading Apps.

“We view Jacqueline’s appointment as a testament to the growing demand for our products, services and expertise in the North American market.”

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