b-next appoints new head of business development to drive growth in the Americas…
b-next, a specialist provider of capital markets compliance solutions, has appointed Thomas Dinneny as head of business development for the Americas. Based in New York, Dinneny will be responsible for growing b-next’s customer base in the region and strengthening b-next’s existing partnerships with Thomson Reuters and Verint.
Dinneny joins b-next from Thomson Reuters where he was Head of Compliance, Surveillance and Derivatives solutions. Prior to this, he was Global Head of Trade Surveillance and Employee Compliance Technology for JPMorgan Chase. He holds an MBA from New York University Stern School of Business.
Thomas Dinneny, b-next head of business development Americas, said, “I am delighted to join b-next’s highly talented team. Our proven trade surveillance solutions are ideally placed to help tackle market abuse and address regulatory requirements. I am looking forward to making a contribution to b-next’s success and to driving our growth in the Americas.”
Commenting on the new appointment, Wolfgang Fabisch, CEO b-next said, “b-next is committed to growing and strengthening its presence in financial centres globally and the Americas is a key market for us. With his highly relevant industry background in surveillance and compliance solutions, Thomas will be pivotal to our ambitious plans for growth.”
b-next is a specialist provider of proven multi-venue, multi-asset class, Capital Markets Surveillance and Compliance software solutions to meet regulatory mandates, manage risk and drive trading efficiencies. The b-next Capital Markets Compliance (CMC) solution is a single integrated compliance platform for detection of Market Abuse, Insider Trading, Conflicts of Interest, Derivatives/OTC Monitoring, Best Execution reporting and monitoring of trading activity.
b-next provides clients with options for an onsite or Thomson Reuters Elektron hosted solution. Both offer rapid deployments with pre-built integration for Thomson Reuters Market Data and low monthly investments.