Diane Saucier is senior solutions marketing manager, financial services at Hitachi Vantara, a data and technology services company.
She was previously client relationship manager at Fitch Learning, based in Chicago. She joined the company in that role in October of 2015.
Saucier has more than 20 years experience in the capital markets, derivatives and financial technology fields. She is the president and a founding member of the board of Women in Listed Derivatives.
Saucier was an early adopter and proponent of social media. She is an active user of Twitter and is an often used experthas spoken an multiple industry panels on social media in the trading space.
Most recently, she was vice president of global market development for Trading Technologies, a privately held firm based in Chicago that provides trading software for professional derivatives traders on over three dozen exchanges. She was responsible for growing TT's global market access as well as for maintaining TT’s strategic relationships with the exchanges.
Saucier joined Trading Technologies in 2003 and had previously held positions at TT as director of product marketing, director of product management and product manager for X_TRADER, TT's flagship order entry product. Saucier has more than 15 years experience in the financial and software industries for both leading vendors and global financial institutions, including positions with GlobalView Software, ABN AMRO and NationsBanc-CRT (now Bank of America).
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