DriveWealth Holdings Inc., a Chatham-based digital trading technology company, named Ryan Burke to the role of chief information officer of its subsidiary DriveWealth Technologies.
Burke has more than 16 years of senior operations, brokerage and risk experience in the equities and capital markets sector.
The move follows DriveWealth Technologies’ recent announcement of Andrew Levine as its first chief integration officer.
“We have been growing our business and partnerships at a rapid pace as we help our partners bring unique investing and wealth management products to investors across the globe,” Robert Cortright, founder and chief executive officer of DriveWealth, said. “Ryan and Andrew bring outstanding experience, talent and leadership that will help ensure our continued ability to provide unparalleled service and technology to our partners and their end-users.”
Burke joined DriveWealth from Stash Invest, a digital financial services company, where he served as vice president of brokerage and head of operations since joining in 2016. Previously, he held numerous senior positions over more than 10 years at Macquarie Securities most recently as senior vice president in the Global Chief Operation Officer office and in the Risk Management Group.
Levine served most recently as a consultant to fintech CEOs. From 2016 to 2018, he was CEO of TraderTools, a late-stage, venture capital-backed fintech firm providing foreign exchange technology solutions. Previously, Levine had an extensive global career of more than two decades at BNY Mellon focused on financial services infrastructure that included building the bank’s leading American Depositary Receipts (ADR) business. He later patented and led the ADR brokerage operation and global trading platform which grew to become one of the leading businesses at Convergex, a BNY Mellon affiliate.