Ryan Names New SVP and Chief Technology and Data Officer

Ravi Shrivastava's focus will be broad, spanning technology from software and security to machine learning and analytics, as well as data security and governance.

Business technology veteran Ravi Shrivastava has joined Dallas-based global tax services and software provider Ryan as senior vice president and chief technology and data officer.

Shrivastava brings more than two decades of business technology leadership with a proven track record in technology solutions driving innovation and strategic growth, the firm said.

“Ravi’s addition to our leadership team is integral to our ongoing technology evolution,” Ryan Chairman and CEO G. Brint Ryan said in a statement. “He is poised to lead us through a technology transformation that will build our capabilities and offerings to meet the evolving needs of our business. His track record in driving innovation and strategic growth is a further testament to his leadership capabilities.”

As a member of the executive leadership team, Shrivastava will champion Ryan’s strategic digital footprint to optimize technology and services that drive client results, the firm said. His focus will be broad, spanning technology from software and security to machine learning and analytics, as well as data security and governance.

Before Ryan, Shrivastava held several leadership positions in the capacity of managing director and head of product at S&P Global, managing director and chief technology officer at IHS Markit, managing director and India Country head at Markit, and various technology leadership positions at Bank of America.

“As an advocate of technology being the enabler for transformation and growth, my goals are well aligned with the Firm’s vision of creating innovative software and data products for the industry,” Shrivastava said in a statement. “I am excited to join this dynamic team and look forward to helping lead Ryan into the future.”

Shrivastava will be based in Ryan’s Rockefeller Center, New York office.

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