Andrew Blumberg leads the Analytic Reporting for Annuities business initiative for DTCC Insurance & Retirement Services. Analytic Reporting is an online information solution that leverages data from daily transactions to deliver a view of the market for annuity products. The service has earned a “Model of Excellence” award from InfoCommerce Group.
Andrew’s career includes almost 20 years of leadership of software and information companies.
He previously served as Vice President of LexisNexis where he launched workflow-based information solutions for M&A and securities lawyers, winning an “M&A Product of the Year” award. As President of Thomson Financial’s Nelson Information division he transformed the directory and software publisher into a “25 year old startup” delivering innovative online information solutions for the institutional investment community.
Andrew has also held positions in the financial services industry including as VP of Marketing for SunAmerica Mutual Funds and AVP of Strategic Planning for Prudential Mutual Funds.
Industry Expertise (3)
Areas of Expertise (3)
Identifying New Business Opportunities
Model of Excellence Award (professional)
Winner of InfoCommerce Group's Model of Excellence award for DTCC's Analytic Reporting. InfoCommerce Group confers the Model of Excellence award upon outstanding products worthy of study and emulation each year at its DataContent conference. InfoCommerce Group said in its announcement that “Analytic Reporting for Annuities is an excellent use of aggregated transactional data to create a powerful new analytical data product.”
M&A Product of the Year (professional)
Winner of The M&A Advisor's M&A Product of the Year Award for the LexisNexis M&A Practice Center. This innovative and unique information solution meets the needs of M&A attorneys throughout the lifecycle of a deal by aggregating disparate high value content created for different industry verticals and organizing it across the value chain of the attorney. It makes attorneys more effective, more efficient and reduces the amount of unbillable hours they spend on research.
Pace University - Lubin School of Business: MBA, Financial Management - Investments and Portfolio Management 1993
Thomson University: Certificate, Thomson Solutions Process 2001
An innovation process for identifying, selecting, planning and executing on major new business initiatives.
Pace University - Lubin School of Business: BBA, Labor Management Relations 1983
Event Appearances (1)
Case Studies in Making Data Smarter
DataContent 2010 Philadelphia, PA
Sample Talks (1)
Innovation by process: generating new ideas and new revenue
How do you discover the next big idea, the next major business initiative, that will move your company up the value chain to greater competitive advantage, larger market share and higher revenue? This session will review proven processes for identifying and selecting new opportunities that will take your business to the next level.