Silvia Davi

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Silvia Davi
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Occupation Chief Marketing Officer
Employer 280 CapMarkets
Location New York City

Silvia Davi is Chief Marketing Officer and Chief Corporate Development Officer at 280 CapMarkets, a fixed income technology company. She also advises various fintech organizations. She is on the Board of Directors of Tuesday's Children, a nonprofit organization providing healing for those whose lives have been changed by terrorism and traumatic loss.[1]

Background[edit]

Previously, Davi was senior vice president and global head of marketing and communications at Thesys Technologies. She has served as Vice President, Global Corporate Communications and Head of MarketSite studio at Nasdaq. Additionally she has held leadership roles at Marsh & McLennan Companies and Instinet. She is served as an Adjunct Professor at Hofstra University.

Education[edit]

Davi earned a Bachelor of Arts in Arts, Media & Communications from Queens College, CUNY. She attended executive leadership programs at The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

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