Wilshire Announces New Chief Technology Officer
Santa Monica, California (June 14, 2022) – Wilshire, is pleased to announce the arrival of Lawrence Miller as Chief Technology Officer and a member of the Executive Committee. As Chief Technology Officer, he will have oversight responsibility for all development and engineering efforts throughout Wilshire.
Lawrence is an experienced technology executive and has served in leadership roles in technology, financial services, and health sciences companies for over 20 years.
“I’m excited to join Wilshire and continue to develop and build out its world-class business systems into a platform and strategic set of technology products, which will enable Wilshire to grow and scale its business efficiently and securely,” said Miller.
“We’re thrilled to bring Lawrence onto the Wilshire team,” added Mark Makepeace, CEO of Wilshire. “With a deep technology, architectural and cyber security background, Lawrence has a long track record scaling up fast growing engineering organizations. He will be partnering closely with our commercial and operational teams to develop and execute on our business and technology strategies.”
Prior to joining Wilshire, Lawrence most recently served as the Chief Technology Officer of Signant Health, a leading global provider of clinical trials technology, and as the Chief Security Officer of Symphony, a secure communications startup based in Palo Alto. He also worked as a Managing Director at BlackRock for 11 years, overseeing the Development Services team for Aladdin.
Wilshire is a global provider of market-leading indexes, advanced analytics, and multi-asset investment solutions. A trusted partner to a diverse range of more than 500 institutional investors and financial intermediaries, our clients rely on us to improve investment outcomes for a better future. Wilshire is headquartered in the United States with offices worldwide and advises on over $1.3 trillion in assets, $93 billion of which are assets undermanagement.
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