The US firm said it more than doubled its client base in 2022, and continues to expand rapidly, including overseas.
Canoe Intelligence, the US-based fintech working in the alternative investments space, has unveiled five strategic senior hires.
The business said its recruitment comes after a record year in 2022, where the firm doubled its client base to more than 200 firms across North America, Europe, and Asia, and increased the size of the team by 60 per cent.
Aman Soni, VP of data strategy
Soni has experience in bank operations and private markets, including strategic sales and digital innovation. He worked for seven years at JP Morgan in London.
Betsy Daitch, VP of marketing
Daitch is an award-winning marketing executive with more than a decade of experience in financial services at LPL Financial, S&P Global Market Intelligence, Visible Alpha, and her own consulting business, Betsy Daitch Marketing Advisors, of which Canoe was a client for more than four years.
Brian Sadler, VP of enterprise architecture and
Sadler has almost 20 years’ software engineering experience across past roles at Braven, S&P Capital IQ, and Comverse.
Kevin Winter, VP of information security
Winter is an expert infrastructure and information security professional with more than 20 years of experience in IT functions across multiple industries, including manufacturing, distribution, and financial services, through roles at Crane Currency, Thermo Fisher Scientific, EMC, and Heilind Electronics.
Taylor Wamsley, VP of finance
An operational leader with over 10 years of experience leading finance, operations, fundraising, and M&A across technology, private equity, and investment banking roles, Wamsley has previously held leadership positions with Cold Start Ventures, Seismic Software, JMI Equity, and Merrill Lynch.
Among recent developments, in November 2022 Canoe Intelligence widened its partnership with SEI, the the US-listed investment and technology firm, to make alternative investment document and data workflows in SEI's Archway Platform more efficient. See a 2020 interview with the firm here.