Canoe Intelligence appoints new CEO

Canoe Intelligence (Canoe), a fintech focused on reimagining data management processes for alternative investors and allocators, has appointed Jason Eiswerth as its new CEO. Former CEO Seth Brotman will continue to serve the company as President and Chief Operating Officer.

Eiswerth is an accomplished technology entrepreneur with more than 20 years of senior management experience. He will be responsible for aggressively expanding the company’s footprint within new and existing markets in North America and internationally. Seth’s focus will transition to managing Canoe’s product development, operations and client support.

“Attracting top talent has always been a priority at Canoe and we are thrilled to welcome an executive of Jason’s caliber to the team,” says Brotman, President and Chief Operating Officer at Canoe Intelligence. “Over the past three years, Canoe has become vital for alternative investors. Jason’s experience will help propel Canoe to the next level as more and more clients utilise Canoe’s technology to automate their most time-consuming alternative investment processes, gain deeper access to their data, and scale their firms.”
Eiswerth brings an unparalleled mix of technology-focused operational and sales leadership, inspiration and proven track record accelerating business growth. Prior to Canoe, he served as the Managing Director of Private Investments at Nima Capital, a large single-family office focused on alternatives. He led sales and business development globally at (acquired by Capital IQ) for over a decade and served as the General Manager of their MeritMark product group, acquired by Wall Street on Demand (then IHS Markit).
“I’ve been impressed by Canoe’s advancements and growth over the past three years, and am honoured and excited to lead the next phase of the company’s growth,” says Eiswerth, Chief Executive Officer at Canoe Intelligence. “Seth and his team have built an organisation that is solving the challenges that keep alternative investors and allocators up at night, and I’m looking forward to continuing to innovate together.”