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S&P Capital IQ and S&P Indices are led by seasoned professionals with years of experience in the financial services industry. Learn more about them here.
Imogen Dillon Hatcher
Imogen Dillon Hatcher is Acting President of S&P Capital IQ as of July 2014. She joined the company in April 2014 in the newly created role of Chief Commercial Officer with responsibility for leading S&P Capital IQ's global sales, client services, marketing and research network activities.
Mr. Ackerman is Managing Director at S&P Capital IQ, where he is responsible for the strategy, execution and daily operations tied to the growth and maintenance of the Third Party Research Network. This Network, which consists of participating third party research firms located around the world, is utlized in S&P Capital IQ's desktops, feeds, and other products & capabilities tailored for investors and the capital markets.
Mr. Ackerman is a highly recognized expert in global information, analytics and research product & services that are sold, paid for & fulfilled via electronic platforms. He has a substantial track record of success in leading and operating multinational businesses serving various client segments within the global capital and corporate markets.
Mr. Ackerman holds an MBA from the Fordham University Graduate School of Business and a BA from Tufts University.
Kenneth C. Caruso
Ken Caruso is the Vice President of Human Resources for S&P Capital IQ and S&P Dow Jones Indices. In this capacity, Ken is responsible for providing strategic human resources leadership, and directing initiatives in talent management and development, organization design, change management and executive recruitment. He ensures that HR activity helps drive the continued growth and competitiveness of these business lines worldwide.
Prior to joining Standard & Poor’s, Ken held the positions of senior director of human resources at J.D. Power and Associates and Business Week, both operating units within The McGraw-Hill Companies’ Information & Media segment. In these roles he made significant contributions in the arenas of talent management, leadership development and organizational restructuring.
Ken’s experience prior to McGraw-Hill includes executive-level global positions in the human resources departments at MasterCard International and Citigroup’s Investment Bank, in both New York and London.
Ken earned a bachelor’s degree from the School of Industrial and Labor Relations at Cornell University. He spent his early career as a consultant in the Change Management practice of Andersen Consulting, based in New York.
Harry Chopra leads the global sales and client services function for S&P Capital IQ. Harry brings over 26 years of sales and marketing experience in multiple geographies and industries to his current role.
Prior to joining the firm, Harry was at Citigroup Asset Management, where he had the opportunity to work in both institutional and retail distribution. In the institutional space, Harry was the head of institutional marketing that supported over $180 billion in assets under management, across fixed income, equities and alternative asset classes. In the retail space, Harry was the global relationship manager, managing a $9 billion relationship with the international component (EMEA, Asia Pacific and Latin America) of Citigroup’s global consumer bank.
He has a bachelor’s degree in mathematics from the University of Delhi and an MBA in marketing from The University of Michigan. In addition, for his prior role at Citigroup Asset Management he held Series 7 and Series 24 Licenses from the NASD. Most recently, Harry was sponsored by the firm to be a part of the Columbia Business School’s Executive Education program designed around the challenges of leading large organizations.
Robert Coppola is the Chief Technology Officer for S&P Capital IQ and S&P Dow Jones Indices. He is responsible for driving the overarching technology strategy, architecture, and development in addition to execution and operations for these business lines. Bob brings over 20 years of industry experience to the role.
Prior to joining S&P Capital IQ and S&P Dow Jones Indices, Bob was Global Head of Technology, Service, and Operations at Thomson Reuters where he was accountable for the technology and operations supporting the Editorial, News, and Media business lines in addition to IT and productivity tools for all employees.
Over the past 20 years Bob has accumulated a broad range of business, technology, and support experience within the financial services and media industries. His previous responsibilities include roles as Chief Reliability Officer and Global Head of Customer Service at Thomson Financial, Global Head of Research and Data, General Manager of Product Strategy, Global Head of Transaction Product Sales and Implementation, and Global Head of Integration Services at Bloomberg LP. The aforementioned broad range of experience which includes; business development, product management, software development, innovation, technology, operations, sales, customer service, and strategy aggregates into a unique perspective and understanding of the financial services business, technology, and product development. Along with this experience Mr. Coppola brings a strong track record of success through execution that includes the incubation of start-up efforts, evolution of well established legacy products and operations to meet rapidly evolving business needs on a global scale, and a focus on innovation by stretching technology capabilities to solve complex business challenges.
Bob is a graduate of Rutgers University and has been a member of the New Jersey Institute of Technology Board of Visitors since 2008 where he has been an active contributor focused on driving changes in curriculum that will better prepare computing science students and graduates for the dynamic and challenging opportunities that exist within Financial Services.
Fabienne Gimenez is a Managing Director at S&P Capital IQ and S&P Dow Jones Indices. Fabienne’s role is to lead the formulation of business strategies that helps these business lines achieve their long-term objectives for growth and global expansion. In addition, Fabienne heads business development efforts for external alliances and acquisitions. In her current role, Fabienne has shaped the overall strategy and developed a set of strategic organic and inorganic options for the newly created organization. Fabienne joined the firm in 2008 and prior to her current role served in a similar capacity for the entire S&P franchise including Ratings.
Fabienne has a broad and successful background in the global financial services arena, having spent the last 17 years working across North America and EMEA. Prior to Standard & Poor’s, Fabienne was at Thomson Financial (based both in London and NY) where she was a vice president within the EMEA COO unit with responsibility for international business development, and within the strategy group for competitive intelligence and market research. Her contribution in both roles substantially aided the organization to grow, create efficiencies for the business in the French speaking region and enabled the firm to become more aware of competitive and industry conditions to act upon them.
Prior to this assignment, Fabienne was Senior Vice President at Euronext, leading their North American international listing efforts and was an institutional equity salesperson for the Middle East and NY offices of EFG-Hermes (the largest Middle Eastern investment bank). Fabienne started her career in France as a private equity analyst.
Fabienne is fluent in English and French. She holds an MBA and a post graduate degree in Finance from University of Toulouse, France.
Alexander J. Matturri, Jr. CFA
Alex Matturri is chief executive officer at S&P Dow Jones Indices, responsible for all aspects of the index business globally. S&P Dow Jones Indices offers investment professionals around the world an array of products from efficiently representative indices to broad comprehensive benchmarks.
Previously, Alex was senior vice president and director of Global Equity Index Management at Northern Trust Global Investments (NTGI). There, he was responsible for all facets of passive equity portfolio management and trading, overseeing a $185 billion passive investment business for the world’s third-largest quantitative manager. In addition to leading investment teams in the U.S., Europe and Asia, Alex was a driver for the global expansion of the passive investment business across all regions. Alex joined NTGI in 2003 with the company’s acquisition of Deutsche Asset Management’s Index and Quantitative Investment business. At Deutsche, he served as director and senior index investment strategist.
From 1987 until joining Deutsche in 2000, Alex served as vice president and division head at The Bank of New York where he managed the Special Investment Products group which provided investment management, product development, and trading for equity derivatives and quantitative strategies. Alex was a pioneer in the use of equity derivatives and exchange traded funds in institutional and high-net-worth portfolios. In 1993 Alex started The Bank of New York’s transition management business which was one of the first providers of portfolio transition and asset reallocation services. His experience before The Bank of New York included roles as a risk arbitrage analyst at Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette and security analyst at First Fidelity Bank.
Alex is a Chartered Financial Analyst and is admitted as an attorney in New York and New Jersey. He is also a member of the CFA Institute and The New York Society of Security Analysts. Alex holds a BS in finance with honors from Lehigh University and a JD from Syracuse University College of Law.
Steven Miller is the Managing Director of S&P Capital IQ’s Leveraged Commentary & Data (LCD) team, the authoritative source of leveraged-finance news and information. He has been involved in developing credit market information products since 1990 when he joined Loan Pricing Corporation (LPC) as a reporter. At LPC, Steven was instrumental in the creation of the Gold Sheets, the Goldman Sachs/LPC Loan Index and early efforts to collect and publish secondary loan prices.
After leaving LPC in 1995, Steven worked at Bankers Trust. Then, in 1996, he co-founded LCD’s predecessor, Portfolio Management Data LLC, an entrepreneurial venture that pioneered statistical analysis for the leveraged loan market. Since the acquisition, Steven has continued to lead the LCD team at S&P Capital IQ and write commentary for LCD various publications, as well as outside journals.
Steven attended New York University where he majored in economics.
Jonathan Reeve, Executive Managing Director, S&P Capital IQ, oversees the management, development and acquisition of industry-leading products and delivery systems, including desktop and enterprise feeds, that transmit the firm’s award-winning multi-asset class and real time data, research and analytics to institutional investors, investment and commercial banks, investment advisors and wealth managers, corporations and universities around the world. In this role he oversees a global team of over 4,000 content experts who design standard and customized suites of equity, debt and risk data and research that inform a broad array of financial and investment analysis and decision making. These data sets include security and entity reference data; security terms and conditions and corporate actions; counterparty linkage and exposure data; corporate financial performance data; structured finance performance data; credit ratings, evaluated pricing for illiquid securities, and other proprietary analytics
Prior to joining S&P Capital IQ, Jonathan worked for nine years at Reuters where, in a series of leadership roles, he managed the organization’s data operations. These include global head of equities data operations and Senior Vice President for Global Data Operations. With a strong background and proficiency in information technology and operations, he managed many large-scale transformation projects for Reuters, including the integration of fragmented data architecture onto a single data platform, and the integration of various data groups in Asia, Europe and the Americas.
Jonathan is based in New York and holds a BA in Economics from Concordia University in Montreal.
Michael Thompson is Managing Director, Global Markets Intelligence (GMI), at S&P Capital IQ. GMI is responsible for the production of proprietary, event-driven research that is distributed exclusively to analytic customers of S&P Capital IQ. This includes all market-driven research around the S&P Capital IQ consensus and Risk-to-Price credit strategy. In addition, GMI, operating under S&P Investment Advisory Services (US/SEC) and McGraw Hill Research Europe Ltd. (UK and Europe/FSA-MiFiD) provides non-discretionary advisory services to leading institutional asset managers. Currently, GMI advises on approximately US$20 billion in multi-asset classes.