Delta Data is pleased to announce that David Riley, Vice President, Client Success Management, has been chosen to serve as a member on NICSA’s Technology and Innovation Committee. He joins the 19 other existing committee members who were appointed by the Committee Chairpersons in consultation with the NICSA President and nomination by a current Board or Committee member.
The mission of the Committee is to provide a forum for networking among industry technology executives to explore technology issues related to fund industry operations and to share best practices and information. The member-driven community provides opportunities for its members to gain access to leading edge information about industry trends and regulations, particularly as it relates to technological advances. The Community also contributes to NICSA’s mission by providing subject matter expertise for the development of best practices and by working with NICSA staff to make those best practice discussions available to the broader membership in multiple forums.
“With 20+ years in the Mutual Funds industry, Dave is a valuable addition to the NICSA Technology and Innovation Committee,” said Whitfield Athey, Chief Executive Officer of Delta Data. “His expertise in trading technology and its impact on internal/external clients will be extremely beneficial in providing insight needed to develop educational programming for NICSA members.”
NICSA is a not-for-profit trade association founded in 1962 that provides the global investment management industry with discussion and education forums to better serve its customers by developing operational best practices. NICSA forums enable associates of asset managers, distributors, and service providers to collaborate to establish standards for operational best practices to assist compliance with regulations and continuously improve operating performance; stay up-to-date on the latest developments through education and information sharing; learn about trends in all types of investment vehicles, including mutual funds, hedge funds, unit investment trusts, UCITs and ETFs and connect members with peers to network and learn from each other, and foster skills that can help advance careers. For more information, visit www.nicsa.org