Louis J. Rosato, III, Director, is a member of BlackRock's Investment Operations Group. He is responsible for Trading Operations in the Americas and has oversight responsibility across the Confirmation and Settlements functions for all global products including Cash Securities and Derivatives, and is a member of the firms Fixed Income, Equity and Liquidity Trading Oversight Committees.
Before taking on his current role, Mr. Rosato lead the Global Trade Confirmations Teams in the US and EMEA. In previous roles at BlackRock he was regional Head of Fixed Income and Equity Trade Operations, as well Head of the firms retail Separately Managed Account Operation. Prior to joining BlackRock in 2004, Mr. Rosato was with Jennison Associates, LLC where he was responsible for establishing and managing the firms SMA Trading and Operations Teams. He performed similar roles for 1838 Investment Advisors and Rittenhouse Financial Services. He began his career in 1987 as an Operations Analyst with the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia.
Mr. Rosato is a former member of the OMGEO Regional Advisory Council: Americas and actively participates on several FPL Global Post-Trade Working Groups. He earned a BS degree in Business Administration from Widener University.
Greg Vitt is the director of Streetside Operations at Wells Fargo Advisors. which includes Trade Processing, Securities Processing, Mutual Fund Operations and Corporate Actions. Greg has held various senior leadership positions In Operations.
Greg is a member of SIFMA’s Private Client Operations Committee.
Both the ISC and IWG are composed of senior-level representatives from industry associations and firms that represent various segments of the industry. The mission of the ISC is to provide guidance, direction, and support as the industry moves toward a two-day, or “T+2,” settlement cycle. The IWG will support the ISC by identifying the business and rule changes needed, and a high-level plan with milestone dates to implement the changes required to shorten the settlement cycle to T+2.
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