Fiserv, the financial services technology provider, has hired Singapore Exchange (SGX) post-trade executive Terry Gibson as global head of strategy for investment services. In this role, Gibson will lead the international business strategy and product development of the Fiserv institutional and managed account technology portfolio.
As senior vice president and head of product management at SGX, Gibson drove the growth of the exchange’s post-trade business. He led the development of several post-trade infrastructure projects. Gibson’s extensive securities background also includes multiple director-level roles at the Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC), where he grew the credit and equity derivative straight-through processing (STP) product business and led the global expansion of the Deriv/SERV platform.
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