Rob Flatley, who left his position as Deutsche Bank’s head of global electronic execution for equities in February, has been named CEO and president of Netik, a provider of data management solutions and information services.
“Rob’s 20 year track record of enduring success on both the vendor and broker side of the financial services and securities industries make him uniquely qualified to lead Netik to the next level in today’s dynamic marketplace,” said Andy Eckert, general partner of Symphony Technology Group – Netik’s parent company – in a statement.
Before his departure from Deutsche Bank in February, Flatley led the Autobahn Equity electronic trading division globally. On his departure, his role was assumed by Jose Marques, who was named Deutsche Bank’s managing director and head of equity electronic trading on 13 January.
Before joining Deutsche Bank, Flatley was the managing director of electronic trading services for Bank of America. As a vendor to the financial services community, Flatley served as chief operating officer of Boston based order management system vendor Macgregor and as senior vice president, worldwide sales and marketing at FTI, the predecessor of reference data firm GoldenSource.