FundsLibrary eyes digital transformation for asset managers with appointment of Solutions Director

FundsLibrary, an industry leading provider of fund data, related regulatory services and digital solutions, has appointed Paul Poletti-Gadd as Asset Management Solutions Director.

Paul joins from Calastone, a global funds transaction technology business, where he was Director of Data Services.  He has extensive experience in the industry having held senior roles at Vistra, Kurtosys, and KNEIP in both London and Luxembourg.

In his new role, Paul will be leading FundLibrary’s dialogue with the industry to help craft the company’s offering to increase efficiency and reduce cost within asset management businesses. In particular, evolving the DataBank solution, leveraging leading edge technology to provide asset managers with a single, consistent source of their fund data, as well as a single point for global digital distribution.

Arun Sarwal, CEO of FundsLibrary, said: “This appointment adds yet more market facing expertise to our team, and with Paul in place we can accelerate our business expansion plans, developing both our range of solutions and our reach. In addition to his work with asset managers, Paul will play a key role in strengthening our strategic relationships with Third Party Administrators, Technology platform providers and key players within Europe.”

Paul Poletti-Gadd, Asset Management Solutions Director, added: “I am delighted to be joining the team at FundsLibrary. The company is more than just a fund data business, its breadth with regulatory services and digital solutions provides a fantastic platform to build and develop strategic industry relationships. There are exciting expansion plans in place, and a real focus on developing solutions that are innovative and that address the real pain-points of asset managers and I am looking forward to being able to bring these to the market.”

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All figures correct as at 31.12.2020.