Envestnet appoints Chief Technology Officer
Envestnet has appointed Robert Coppola as Chief Technology Officer. Coppola reports to President Stuart DePina, and will succeed Scott Grinis, who has served as Envestnet’s Chief Technology Officer for the past 20 years and will retire in 2021.
“Bob has an impressive track record of developing and managing technologies and large engineering teams, which makes it possible for cloud-based organizations to grow at scale, while simultaneously resolving pain points for clients,” says Stuart DePina, President of Envestnet. “His experience will drive the ongoing evolution of our leading FinTech platform, providing our clients with a wide range of technologies, exchanges, and data-driven insights to improve financial outcomes for consumers.”
Coppola most recently served as Chief Information Officer of Cision, where he helped transform the company into a provider of tech-driven solutions. Prior to joining Cision, he was Chief Information Officer and Chief Technology Officer of S&P Capital IQ and S&P Dow Jones Indices at S&P Global (formerly McGraw Hill Financial), with responsibility for overarching technology strategy, architecture, and development in addition to execution and operations.
“The consistent, intuitive user experience throughout the various applications in Envestnet’s unified advice platform is key for helping advisors strengthen the essential advice they provide to clients as they grow,” says Robert Coppola, Chief Technology Officer of Envestnet. “We will continue to find ways to optimise how advisors can benefit from Envestnet’s expanding suite of financial wellness solutions.”