Gravitas Hires GlobeOp Vet Diaz

Jun 11 2014 | 12:50pm ET

New York-based tech provider Gravitas has hired Robert Diaz, Jr., formerly of GlobeOp Financial Services, as head of global delivery.

Diaz spent 13 years at GlobeOp, where he was responsible for fund services, serving as global head of fund accounting, operations and investor services across North America, Europe and India.

In his new role at Gravitas, Diaz is responsible for handling all staffing, technology and other requirements to service existing and new clients in all lines of business. He will manage staff in the United States, India and additional future locations as Gravitas expands globally.

Said Gravitas founder Jayesh Punater in a statement: “We are delighted to have Robert join us to assist with the continued growth of our co-sourced services platform.  With his leadership and expertise in creating organizational scale as well as his focus on process improvement, Robert’s addition to our team brings increased reliability to our clients in the alternative investment community as we provide services that help them achieve agile growth. I am confident that Robert will play a key role in helping catapult Gravitas and its clients into the future.”  

Founded in 1996, Gravitas provides services including portfolio management and risk analytics, research and analytics, operations and information technology services. The company is based in New York with offices in Chicago, Greenwich, Mumbai and Ahmedabad, India. 
 
 
 
 


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