San Francisco, March 11, 2019 – StratiFi Technologies announced today that Mike Drumm has joined as Director of Sales.
Drumm, who has led sales efforts across the wealth-management industry, will help accelerate the commercialization of StratiFi’s award-winning technology at a time of growing client demand.
“We are pleased that Mike has joined our team, and look forward to his leadership as our business and opportunities continue to grow. He joins at a critical time as we are increasingly focusing on partnerships and enterprise opportunities,” said Akhil Lodha, StratiFi’s co-founder and chief executive officer.
Mike Drumm joins from Diebold Nixdorf. He also previously focused on the wealth management industry with positions at Standard & Poor’s, Morningstar, S&P Capital IQ, and Zephyr Associates.
“I’m excited to help StratiFi empower financial advisors and investors who are increasingly demanding simple, powerful tools to help them understand portfolio and business risk,” said Drumm.
About StratiFi Technologies
StratiFi Technologies Inc. helps investors make smarter investment decisions.
We enable investment advisors, family offices and investors to define and manage risks that are often hidden, or not well understood, within their client’s portfolios. Our PRISM Rating™ technology democratizes risk management techniques that are normally the purview of sophisticated institutional investors. By identifying, defining, and managing risks, StratiFi helps financial advisors help their clients, and also protect and grow their practices. By educating clients about the realities of markets, advisors can deepen relationships, and better help investors confront the challenges of modern markets and the demands of modern life.
StratiFi, based in San Francisco and New York, is backed by key investors who are focused on financial technology, including Cboe Global Markets, Wolverine Holdings, and leading venture capital firms, including Anthemis Group, Khosla Ventures and Y Combinator.
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