NEW YORK, Feb. 2, 2018 – dv01, the data management, reporting, and analytics platform that provides institutional investors insight into lending markets, today announced the appointment of Amy Johnson as Chief Operating Officer. Johnson will report to dv01 founder and CEO, Perry Rahbar.
As COO, Johnson will be responsible for dv01's finance, legal, and sales efforts, including helping execute the company's vision and scale its operations.
“Amy has led and grown business divisions at many of the largest companies on Wall Street and we're thrilled to have her play a key role as we scale our offerings in online lending and introduce additional asset classes to our platform,” said Rahbar. “She adds invaluable experience, domain expertise, and leadership skills to dv01, ensuring the company stays focused on building industry-leading solutions that benefit all market participants.”
Amy joins dv01 with a long record of success at many of the world's leading financial institutions. She began her career as an Investment Banker in the technology group at Merrill Lynch before moving to Goldman Sachs as a Credit Trader. She then spent six years at Deutsche Bank as a Business Manager in Flow Credit Trading. While at DB, she focused on strategic initiatives; daily operations; risk controls; IT projects; and the industry standardization of CDS, clearing, and regulatory initiatives, amongst other responsibilities. Most recently, Johnson was the Global Head of Credit Execution at Intercontinental Exchange, focusing on screen execution and industry solutions for CDS risk reduction. She holds an MBA from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and a B.S. from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
dv01's all-in-one data management, reporting, and analytics platform brings transparency and insight to lending marketsâ€”making them more efficient for institutional investors and safer for the world. As the technological hub between lenders and capital markets, dv01 provides all market participants unprecedented data transparency, to date offering insight into $15+ billion of securitizations and more than $64 billion of loans from the largest online lenders, including LendingClub, Prosper, and SoFi. Learn more at dv01.co.
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