Charlie Moore leads Global Debt Registry’s daily operations, bringing to his role more than 20 years’ experience in building new financial services businesses. He has led teams in Europe and the United States at Thomson Reuters, Lloyds of London and Barclays Bank, helping to grow early stage ventures with roles covering innovation, strategy, marketing, business development and account management.
Charlie is a marketing graduate of London Guildhall University and received his MBA from the University of Surrey, in parallel with the International Management Center, during which time he was awarded a scholarship to attend the Executive Management Program of Kellogg Business School.
Chief Technology Officer
Robert Brown brings more than 25 years experience in banking and technology to his role at Global Debt Registry. Prior to Global Debt Registry he worked for Barclaycard US, Juniper Bank, and MBNA. At Juniper Bank he was Chief Architect; after Barclaycard US acquired Juniper Bank, he held several senior roles at Barclaycard US in architecture, development and project management.
Robert brings extensive industry knowledge of banking platforms, information security requirements, and agile software development approaches to his role at Global Debt Registry. He has successfully launched multiple large-scale bank operating platforms.
Robert is a graduate of the University of Delaware.
Chief Financial Officer
Evan leads the finance function at GDR bringing more than 20 years of experience across a diverse background including finance, strategy, investment banking, and accounting. Evan began his career in public accounting at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP. He spent more than 5 years in investment banking performing M&A and corporate finance advisory at Credit Suisse in the Technology, Media and Telecom Group, where he was a Vice President. Most recently, Evan held senior corporate finance and corporate development roles at both Omnicom and LeEco.
Evan graduated from John Carroll University with a B.S.B.A. in Accountancy and earned his MBA from the Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University. Evan has a CPA license (inactive) in Ohio.
Chief Compliance Officer
Known for his deep industry expertise, David Mertz brings more than 25 years of experience with information technology, compliance, privacy, and risk management to his role at Global Debt Registry. David provides compliance oversight to Global Debt Registry’s operations and advises clients on best practices in this area.
David has presented and written extensively on security, data integrity, and compliance issues faced by the accounts receivable industry. Recently he was president of his own consulting firm specializing in compliance, security, and risk with a significant focus on the ARM industry. David serves on the Asset Buyers Committee of ACA International and the Audit Committee for DBA’s Certification Program.
David attended Rockhurst University.
Director of Business Development
Michael Koenitzer is the Director of Business Development at Global Debt Registry (GDR), the asset certainty company. Prior to joining GDR, Mike developed a WealthTech practice in London, contributed to the expansion of the World Economic Forum’s Financial Services initiatives and acted as an independent consultant advising financial services institutions address their credit risk issues. Mike began his career with Credit Suisse where he spent 20 years in structured finance, mainly in securitization. Mike holds a Masters of Science in Economics and Business Administration from HEC Lausanne, the business school of the University of Lausanne, Switzerland.
Patrick Dietz runs product strategy and management across GDR with a particular focus on new value creation through Blockchain technologies. He was previously Vice President and the Emerging Technology Strategy lead for BNY Mellon’s Corporate Trust business, where he worked closely with emerging technology teams spanning the organization to deliver cohesive client and market solutions. Before joining BNY Mellon in 2007, Patrick worked at Ipreo, developing solutions for the book building and syndication of equity offerings. Patrick holds an MBA from Columbia Business School, complimenting his BA from Boston College.