Charles River names Caroline O’Shaughnessy as head of EMEA

Caroline O’Shaughnessy, Head of EMEA, Charles River Development.

Charles River Development has appointed Caroline O’Shaughnessy as Head of EMEA, where she will be responsible for all business oversight within the region and collaboration with State Street Alpha. State Street’s global front to back-office platform.

Charles River, provider of the Charles River Investment Management Solution (Charles River IMS), was acquired by State Street in 2018.

O’Shaughnessy joins from the London Stock Exchange Group where she was Chief Client Officer and Global Head of Sales and Marketing of its Information Services Division, and Group Head of its Global Strategic Account Programme.

She has over 25 years’ experience in high revenue growth businesses including senior global commercial roles with DTCC (Depository Trust Clearing Co), Thomson Reuters and Interactive Data.

“We are excited to have Caroline lead our Charles River team in EMEA,” said Spiros Giannaros, president and chief executive officer of Charles River.  “Caroline’s energy and experience will bring our European organisation to the next level and enable us to continue the growth we are seeing as State Street Alpha enables our customers to develop innovative investment strategies, make better informed investment decisions and streamline business operations.”

Caroline O’Shaughnessy, senior vice president and head of EMEA at Charles River, said, “I am delighted to be joining CRD at a time of extraordinary demand and growth and am excited about working closely with our Charles River and State Street Alpha customers in EMEA to continue the honest and open partnership model that has brought our success to date. I look forward to working with my new colleagues to build on its strong growth in EMEA.”

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