Allvue Systems , a leading alternative investment technology solutions provider, today announced the appointment of Paul Wasinger as Chief Financial Officer.
Wasinger will oversee all areas of corporate finance to help grow the firm from a revenue and market share perspective, and report directly to Chief Executive Officer Mark Heimbouch.
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“Allvue’s executive team led the firm to achieve remarkable progress since launching in 2019. Paul is an excellent addition as we continue to innovate and deliver software solutions for our clients,” said Mark Heimbouch, CEO of Allvue. “Paul’s capital markets and global technology experience will strengthen the capabilities of our leadership team and enable us to better support our clients and to strategically grow the business.”
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Wasinger joins Allvue with over 20 years of investment banking experience specifically around financial technology, capital markets and corporate finance. Most recently, he held the position of Managing Director at Morgan Stanley where he led the financial technology investment banking team. In that role, Wasinger was responsible for advising global clients in the payments, processing and data/analytics services spaces around a broad range of corporate finance activities including mergers & acquisitions, equity and debt financings. Prior to this role, he was a Vice President in the investment banking division of J.P. Morgan where he covered technology, media and telecommunications clients.
“Having spent my career in investment banking serving innovative and disruptive financial technology firms, I have been impressed by the reputation and offering that Allvue has built to holistically support firms’ technology and operations needs,” said Paul Wasinger, CFO of Allvue. “I am eager to work with the leadership team to expand on its success and help deliver on its mission of empowering superior investment decisions for its clients.”
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