RIMES, a leader in managed financial data services to the buy-side, has employed Len Karpf as Director of Product Development.
Bringing 25 years of industry experience to the role, Karpf will be responsible for working with RIMES’ product management and development teams to bring new innovative data management products to the market. He will be based in New York, reporting to Frederic Mancuso, Chief Technology Officer at RIMES.
Karpf joins RIMES from Relationship Capital Partners, where he was VP of Products and Technology. Prior to this he held the role of Director of Product Development for the Prime Compliance Suite set of products at Fidelity National Information Services, responsible for product direction, system architecture and the implementation and delivery of regulatory compliance data and software products, including anti-money laundering, transaction filtering, risk modeling, and Know Your Customer (KYC) solutions.
Frederic Mancuso comments: “We are delighted to welcome Len to our team. His extensive experience and vast knowledge of the technology sector make him ideally placed to help us continue to develop innovative data management solutions for buy-side institutions, enabling them to tackle the challenge of dealing with ever increasing amounts of complex data.”
Len Karpf comments: “I am joining RIMES at an extremely interesting time for the company. The changes we are currently seeing in the data space will shape the industry for years to come. I look forward to developing solutions that address the buy-side’s data pain points and further establishing RIMES as the leading managed data service provider.”
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