TABB Group, the financial markets research, advisory and crisis management firm with offices in New York, Massachusetts and Washington, D.C. announced today the addition of two research analysts and a sales director to meet current customer demands and position the company for continued growth in 2007 in the US and Europe.
The new staff include Cliff Webster, a senior analyst in the crisis and continuity services practice, reporting to Alex Tabb, partner and practice leader; Anthony Servidio, Jr., director of sales reporting to Mike Ross, partner and vice president, sales and marketing; and Cheyenne Morgan, an analyst in the securities and capital markets practice, reporting to Bob Iati, partner and research director.
Cliff Webster, an expert in process analysis, contingency planning and risk and threat assessments, as well as exercise development and implementation, will work directly with financial institutions, international development organizations and private sector clients.
He comes to TABB after six years as an associate at Booz Allen Hamilton where he managed analytical projects for clients in the defence, intelligence and public policy community. Before Booz Allen Hamilton, he worked with Northrop Grumman and SAIC providing consulting services in the areas of international security.
He graduated from American University with a BA in international relations and earned an MA in national security studies from Georgetown University.
Anthony Servidio, Jr. joins TABB from SAVVIS Communications in New York where as a global account manager he was responsible for sales and management of ten of their top 100 customers, selling IP-centric solution sales of private networks, VPRN, VOIP, client connectivity extranets, collocation, hosting, BCP and security services. From 2002 to 2004, he was a global account executive at Moneyline Telerate in New York selling SAVVIS network services and promoting solutions to hedge funds. He earned a BA in psychology from Manhattan College.
Cheyenne Morgan, who will handle the soon-to-be-released TABB Liquidity Index covering pricing information for all of the ECNs, exchanges and dark pools, served as an analyst at Markit Group in New York working on bringing transparency and efficiency into the syndicated loan business by collecting daily pricing data from banks, hedge funds and institutional investors, as well as conducting market research on the loan industry. Prior to Markit, she was at Sumitomo Trust and Banking where she worked in the corporate investment management group.
She earned a Bachelor’s degree in finance from the Leonard N. Stern Undergraduate Business School at NYU.