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SS&C appoints Paul Igoe as general counsel


SS&C Technologies, a provider of financial services software and software-enabled services, has appointed Paul G Igoe as senior vice president, general counsel and corporate secretary.

The appointment fills the vacancy created by the retirement of the company’s long-serving senior vice president and general counsel, Stephen VR Whitman.

Igoe will be responsible for all legal matters and will report to Bill Stone, the company’s chairman and chief executive officer.
 
Igoe was previously vice president, general counsel and secretary for Connecticut-based Lydall. Prior to Lydall, Igoe served as associate general counsel and assistant corporate secretary for Teradyne where he handled a wide range of legal issues, including securities compliance, mergers and acquisitions, commercial law, labour and employment and litigation. Previous to his employment at Teradyne, Igoe was a junior partner at Hale and Dorr (now WilmerHale).
 
“We are pleased to announce Paul Igoe’s appointment as senior vice president, general counsel and corporate secretary,” says Stone. “Paul’s proven track record in merger and acquisitions will add valuable intellectual wealth to our growing team. I am delighted to appoint him to this critical role at SS&C. We also wish Steve Whitman all the best as he enters retirement.”
 
“I am excited to be working with SS&C and the entire executive team to help propel SS&C as it enters its next stage,” says Igoe. “And I look forward to leading this first class legal organisation.”

Igoe will be based in Windsor, CT and will begin his new role on 7 January.

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