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  • Richard J. Daly

    Mr. Daly is our President and Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Daly has been a member of our Board of Directors since 2007. Prior to the March 2007 spin-off of Broadridge from ADP, Mr. Daly served as Group President of the Brokerage Services Group of ADP, as a member of the Executive Committee and a Corporate Officer of ADP since June 1996. In his role as President, he shared the responsibility of running the Brokerage Services Group and was directly responsible for our Investor Communication Solutions business. Mr. Daly joined ADP in 1989, as Senior Vice President of the Brokerage Services Group, following the acquisition by ADP of the proxy services business he founded. Mr. Daly is a member of the Board of Directors of ADT Corporation, a public company, and is a member of the Advisory Board of the National Association of Corporate Directors.

  • Timothy C. Gokey

    Mr. Gokey is our Corporate Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. Mr. Gokey was appointed to the role of Chief Operating Officer in September 2012. Mr. Gokey is responsible for the overall operation of the Investor Communications and Securities Processing businesses. In addition, he is responsible for the Company’s growth initiatives including strategy, mergers and acquisitions, partnerships, and other growth-related activities. Prior to his appointment as Chief Operating Officer, Mr. Gokey’s title was Corporate Senior Vice President, Chief Corporate Development Officer. Prior to joining Broadridge in 2010, Mr. Gokey was President of the Retail Tax business at H&R Block from 2004. Previously, Mr. Gokey spent 13 years at McKinsey and Company, a global consulting firm, most recently as a partner of the firm. At McKinsey, Mr. Gokey served over two dozen Fortune 500 and 1000 companies primarily in the financial services industry. He also led McKinsey’s North American Financial Services Marketing Practice.

  • Robert Schifellite

    Mr. Schifellite is our Corporate Senior Vice President, Investor Communication Solutions. He is responsible for the bank, broker-dealer and corporate issuer solutions businesses of our Investor Communications segment. Mr. Schifellite joined ADP’s Brokerage Services Group in 1992 as Vice President, Client Services. In 1996, he was promoted to Senior Vice President and General Manager of Investor Communication Services. In 2011, Mr. Schifellite’s title was changed from Corporate Vice President to Corporate Senior Vice President of Broadridge. Prior to joining ADP’s Brokerage Services Group, he spent several years with Deloitte & Touche LLP (formerly Touche Ross & Co.) as a senior auditor and also held management roles in other service providers.

  • Christopher J. Perry

    Mr. Perry is President, Global Sales, Marketing and Client Solutions. He joined Broadridge in September 2014 after more than 25 years of experience in banking, brokerage and financial information services. Most recently, Mr. Perry was Global Managing Director of Risk for the Financial & Risk division of Thomson Reuters. In this role, he was the general manager of a global segment which includes Governance, Risk, Compliance, Pricing, Valuation and Reference Services. Over the previous 14 years, he held numerous roles at Thomson Reuters and its predecessor, Thomson Financial. From 2011 to 2013, Mr. Perry was President, Global Sales & Account Management of the Financial & Risk division of Thomson Reuters. From 2006 to 2010, he served as President, Americas for Thomson Reuters and its predecessor, Thomson Financial. Earlier in his career, Chris worked in institutional trading and retail brokerage. He is Secretary of the Board of Directors of The Make-A-Wish Foundation of New Jersey, as well as a board member of America SCORES, a non-profit program that uses soccer to teach literacy. Mr. Perry serves as a member of the Board of Directors for NPower, an organization that provides individuals, nonprofits and schools opportunities to build tech skills and achieve their potential. He is also Deputy Chairman and President of British American Business, a membership organization that enables trans-Atlantic commerce.

  • Adam D. Amsterdam

    Mr. Amsterdam is our Corporate Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary. Mr. Amsterdam is responsible for all legal matters related to the Company. Prior to the spin-off, he served as Associate General Counsel and Staff Vice President of ADP since January 2006. Mr. Amsterdam joined ADP in 1991 as Corporate Counsel responsible for the Brokerage Services business. In 1994, he was promoted to Senior Corporate Counsel of ADP. Mr. Amsterdam was promoted in 1996 to Assistant General Counsel and then again in 2002 to Associate General Counsel of ADP.

  • Lyell Dampeer

    Mr. Dampeer is our Corporate Vice President, U.S. Investor Communication Solutions. He is responsible for our U.S. regulatory communication services, and for transaction reporting and electronic communication services. Prior to the appointment to his current role in 2012, Mr. Dampeer served as the head of our U.S. regulatory communications services including post-sale fulfillment from 2009. Mr. Dampeer joined ADP’s Brokerage Services Group in 2000 as Vice President, Client Services. Prior to that, he held a variety of senior management positions at companies providing outsourcing services.

  • Douglas R. DeSchutter

    Mr. DeSchutter is our Corporate Vice President, U.S. Regulatory and Digital Communications. Mr. DeSchutter is responsible for the creation and execution of our overall digital strategy. He has also served on the board of directors of Inlet, LLC, a joint venture between Broadridge and Pitney Bowes, since it was established in 2014. Prior to the appointment to his current role in 2014, Mr. DeSchutter was responsible for our U.S. regulatory communication services (proxy and prospectus). From 2009 to 2012, Mr. DeSchutter was responsible for our customer communication services, including transaction reporting, electronic communications, document management, and new account processing solutions. Mr. DeSchutter was the Chief Strategy and Business Development Officer for Broadridge, responsible for mergers and acquisitions and strategy, from 2007 to 2009. Prior to the spin-off of Broadridge from ADP in 2007, Mr. DeSchutter served in various capacities at ADP in corporate development and strategy. Prior to joining ADP in 2002, he was Vice President of Mergers & Acquisitions at Lehman Brothers focusing on the technology sector

  • Robert F. Kalenka

    Mr. Kalenka is our Corporate Vice President, Investor Communication Solutions-Transaction Reporting. In addition to being responsible for global procurement and facilities, he is responsible for the operations of our Investor Communication Solutions business. In 2014, Mr. Kalenka’s responsibilities were expanded to include responsibility for our transaction reporting, PostEdge, and Imaging and Workflow Solutions businesses. Mr. Kalenka joined ADP’s Brokerage Services Group in 1992 in the Investor Communication Services Division as Director of Finance. He was promoted to Vice President of Operations of the Investor Communication Services Division in 1994, and again as Chief Operating Officer and Senior Vice President of the Investor Communication Services Division in 1999.

  • Charles J. Marchesani

    Mr. Marchesani is our Corporate Vice President, Global Technology and Operations. He is responsible for our global technology and operations business. In 2013, his role was expanded to include responsibility for our international securities processing solutions and business process outsourcing solutions businesses. Prior to his current role, Mr. Marchesani was responsible for the U.S. securities processing solutions business. Mr. Marchesani joined ADP’s Brokerage Services Group in 1992 in the Market Data Services Division as Director of the Help Desk and served in various roles of increasing responsibility within the Brokerage Processing Services business until he was promoted to General Manager of the Brokerage Processing Services business in 2005.

  • Laura Matlin

    Ms. Matlin is our Corporate Vice President, Deputy General Counsel and Chief Governance Officer. As Deputy General Counsel, she is responsible for the Legal Department’s operations and helps set the Department’s strategy. In her role as Chief Governance Officer, Ms. Matlin works closely with Broadridge’s board of directors and represents the company’s leadership on corporate governance issues. She joined Broadridge in 2007, serving as the company’s associate general counsel. Ms. Matlin has held various leadership roles at Broadridge, including chief privacy officer, assistant corporate secretary and was the acting human resources officer. Prior to Broadridge, she was assistant general counsel in ADP’s Brokerage Services Group.

  • Julie R. Taylor

    Ms. Taylor is our Corporate Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer. She joined Broadridge in November 2015 and has responsibility for all aspects of human resources globally. Ms. Taylor has an extensive background in leadership development and the field of human resources. Prior to joining Broadridge, she served as the Chief Human Resources Officer of Pall Corporation, a position she held since 2013. Ms. Taylor joined Pall in 2010 as VP, Human Resources for the Industrial and Corporate Research and Development division, and she assumed responsibility for the Operations division in 2012. Before Pall, Ms. Taylor led the human resources and learning functions for a $12 billion unit of Bristol-Myers Squibb Company. Prior to that, she had a 13-year career at General Electric Company, which included roles leading human resources for GE’s Medical Diagnostics business, Compensation & Benefits for a GE unit in Tokyo, and founding the Commercial Leadership Development Program for the corporation. She began her career at Merck &Co., Inc., in Europe and the U.S.

  • Vijay Mayadas

    Mr. Mayadas is our Corporate Vice President, Strategy. He is responsible for strategy, acquisitions, partnerships and other growth-related activities within the organization including leading Broadridge’s Blockchain initiatives. Mr. Mayadas was appointed a corporate officer of the Company in November 2015. In September 2016, Mr. Mayadas’s role was expanded to add responsibility for the U.S. Fixed Income division within our Global Technology and Operations business. He joined Broadridge in April 2013. Prior to joining Broadridge, Mr. Mayadas held a variety of roles in private equity, strategy consulting, and technology. He worked at IFA, a private equity firm, from 2011 to 2013, and at the Boston Consulting Group, a global consulting firm, from 2005 to 2011. Earlier in his career he co-founded and sold a software company, and worked as a software engineer on fixed income trading platforms.

  • James M. Young

    Mr. Young is our Corporate Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. He joined Broadridge in June 2014 after serving in senior finance roles at Visa Inc., a global payments technology company, where he worked from 2006 until 2014. Most recently, Mr. Young served as Senior Vice President, Finance and was responsible for global financial planning and analysis for Visa's businesses in North America, Latin America, Asia Pacific, Central Europe, the Middle East and Africa since July 2013. Previously, he served as the Head of Corporate Finance, where he was responsible for Visa's global controllership, tax and financial planning and analysis functions. Earlier, he held several finance roles with increasing responsibility including leading finance for Visa's North America division from 2008 to 2010 and playing a lead role in Visa's $19 billion IPO in 2008. Prior to joining Visa, Mr. Young was a finance executive at early stage technology companies Arena Solutions and Grand Central Communications.

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