Laura Martinez has rejoined XSP as a senior product manager for its flagship solution, the XSP platform. Martinez, who held a co-chair position on the ISITC Corporate Actions Working Group during her tenure at XSP, returns to the company to add further depth and value to the industry’s leading SWIFT ISO Corporate Actions processing solution. Martinez will report to Jennifer Bush, senior director of product innovation and major accounts.
Genevy Dimitrion, chair of ISITC, said: “ISITC encourages members to actively engage in working groups for complex areas such as corporate actions. We are delighted that Laura has decided to resume her role at XSP and her participation in the working group. Her expertise and invaluable input in SWIFT ISO Messaging and Corporate Actions greatly contributes to our initiatives towards revolutionising securities processing. ISITC appreciates XSP’s continued support and we welcome the collective feedback and ideas that Paul and Laura bring to our industry.”
Martinez returns from EBSCO Industries, where she was senior product manager for one year. She previously served as principal product manager at XSP responsible for ensuring that the company’s flagship solution complies with global Securities Market Practice Group (SMPG) initiatives.
Prior to joining XSP, Martinez served as business analyst at Source Medical. Additionally, her previous experience includes a position as IT manager at Healthsouth, where she worked on various technology initiatives including the re-engineering of the company’s intranet site to streamline processing.
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