On Tuesday, commercial data and analytics company Dun & Bradstreet announced the addition of two new hires to its senior executive team.
Neeraj Sahai, president of Dun & Bradstreet International, and Gil Shaked, chief technology officer, will both based at the company’s Short Hills headquarters.
In the new role, Sahai will work with D&B President Stephen Daffron and Chief Executive Officer Anthony Jabbour to align D&B’s businesses in Asia, India, the United Kingdom and Ireland. He comes to the role from Standard & Poor’s Ratings where he served as president.
“International growth will be key to our next chapter and working with Anthony and Stephen I’m confident that we can bring innovation and opportunity to our partners and customers around the world,” said Sahai.
As CTO, Shaked will have purview over IT strategy and operations, enterprise systems, applications, security, infrastructure, automation and digital transformation for the company. Prior to joining D&B, he served as managing director at Citadel.
“Gil leads with a sharp vision, drives for results, and has orchestrated innovative technology solutions for some of the best-known global players in investment banking, trading and risk management,” Daffron said in a release. “His experience will help position technology as a strategic competitive advantage for Dun & Bradstreet.”