Dallas’ INSTANT Intelligence Names EVP of Financial Services

Rob Melnyk will lead efforts to refine the INSTANT Platform for Financial Services, assist with the product delivery sales process, drive strategic planning, and lead cross-organizational initiatives to achieve INSTANT's ambitious growth targets.

Dallas-based data automation and generative tech company INSTANT Intelligence has appointed Rob Melnyk as executive vice president, financial services.

INSTANT specializes in real-time business intelligence for global enterprises and financial institutions.

“We are thrilled to welcome Rob Melnyk as our executive vice president, financial services,” CEO Michael McMackin said in a statement. “Rob brings a wealth of expertise to our team with an outstanding history of delivering operational and sales results in multiple industries, most notably in the investment management industry. He brings a strategic approach that consistently drives success and a deep-rooted passion for developing financial systems and teams. His proven track record and focus on developing technologically advanced systems and teams give us great confidence that he will be instrumental in steering our company toward continued growth in the years ahead.”

In his new role, Melnyk will lead efforts to refine the INSTANT Platform for Financial Services, assist with the product delivery sales process, drive strategic planning, and lead cross-organizational initiatives to achieve INSTANT’s ambitious growth targets.

The company said that over the past 25 years, Melnyk has dedicated his career to managing and improving operations, back office functions, and processes at financial institutions.

Most recently, Melnyk was managing director of operations and treasury at Davidson Kempner Capital Management, where he helped develop customized systems to streamline and improve various back office operations. During his tenure at DKCM, the firm grew assets under management from $6 billion to more than $40 billion, resulting in a complex global organization that required specialized reporting and back office management solutions to achieve efficiencies.

“I couldn’t be more excited about joining the INSTANT team,” Melnyk said in a statement. “INSTANT has created an amazing platform for driving network information with generative technology, advancing organizations to strategic operations from tactical reaction. All of this, with an amazing culture. INSTANT is positioned for tremendous growth with a first-class group of strategic partners and customers.”

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