Richard J. Daly

Chief Executive Officer and President
Broadridge Financial Solutions
Bhatt Bharat

Richard J. Daly (B.S. ’74) is CEO and president of Broadridge Financial Solutions and a member of its board of directors. Prior to Broadridge’s formation, Daly founded and was directly responsible for the Investor Communications Solutions (“ICS”) business, which had two employees when he sold it to ADP in 1989. Today, ICS has 4,000 associates globally and $2.2 billion in revenue; Broadridge has over 10,000 associates globally and $2.9 billion in revenue.

Prior to his current role, Daly was president of the brokerage services group of ADP, a member of the executive committee, and a corporate officer of ADP. Rich joined ADP as senior vice president of the brokerage services group in 1989, when ADP acquired his communications business.

Before joining ADP, Daly was senior vice president of operations and member of the board of directors of Thomson McKinnon Securities. He spent seven years at the Independent Election Corporation of America in senior management positions including senior vice president and chief operating officer. He also was a certified public accountant at Arthur Andersen & Co. and Touche Ross & Co. following his graduation from NYIT. Daly completed the Harvard Business School’s Young President’s Program in Leadership. He is a founding member of the board of directors of the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Suffolk County and serves as an honorary director. Daly is a director of the SIFMA Foundation, and a member of the advisory board for the New York Stock Exchange and the National Association of Corporate Directors.